Kiki is a sweet independent girl who likes things on her terms. She is shy at first, but once she feels safe with you in her new surroundings her personality really shines. With a little time, patience, and unconditional love from a caring family this girl will blossom and come to be very affectionate. She loves to chase laser pointers, wrestle with intruder hands/feet hidden under the covers, roll around with her catnip toy, and play with feathery wand toys. Please open your hearts and home and give this deserving girl a loving forever home.
One of her favourite things to do first thing in the morning is to race you to the kitchen to see what will win, her breakfast or your coffee. When you come home she will tell you all about her day, and sometimes will even give you a needed grooming before you fall asleep!
Kiki was surrendered by her previous owners in December of 2015 for unknown reasons. She seems to have been an indoor cat only, so cannot not be let outside. She is micro-chipped.
Kiki is not a fan of belly rubs and will let you know when she's had enough of petting. Vet visits are a challenge for her because she loves so much to be in her safe home place so will need some extra preparation before and attention afterwards. She has the tendency to chew plastic stuff so plastic bags to be left around where she can get at.
Kiki thrives with positivity and a nurturing and caring natured person who understands her needs in the beginning and is willing to work through her tests with her; afterwards she turns into a love-bug and the princess of house.
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