KISSES is normally at a foster home in Redlands but will be at adoption events these dates & places (times are always 10-4):
Why is she named KISSES? Because she's one of the sweetest, most friendly cats who will give you kisses and love. She LOVES people and will snuggle with you all night, and hang out with you while you watch movies. She's beautiful, hearty and healthy.
KISSES loves love! She will reach out for it and make sure you give her some pets and attention. She's extremely affectionate, confident and just wants to be your special someone. If you give her a chance, you will have a best friend for life.
KISSES was rescued from a high kill shelter in the nick of time and is at a foster home, but is really hoping a wonderful person chooses her to be part of a loving forever family.
KISSES is housebroken, always uses the litterbox, doesn't spray, doesn't scratch up the furniture, and is well-behaved. As well as current on all shots/vaccinations, has had a rabies shot, is fixed, microchipped and tested negative for FeLV/FIV and heartworm.
We are open to adopting out to good, qualified, loving, forever homes not in our immediate local area - please inquire. It depends on the circumstances and methods of transport.
Bring some silly love into your home today!
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