First, let’s talk about this girl’s eye-catching looks. Kiki has a lovely black face that highlights the longest white whiskers you’ve ever seen!!! Complimenting this look is a white chest bib and striking orange eyes. Moving on to her legs, Kiki proudly wears white mittens on the tip of each toe of both front paws. Kiki sports white knee socks on each of her big, hind legs…legs that bear an uncanny resemblance to a rabbit’s big, hind legs!
One of her most distinguishing features is what she doesn’t have – Kiki is missing about 90% of her tail. Someone thought it would be a good idea to put a rubber band around her tail. This cut off her circulation which ultimately resulted in her having most of her tail amputated.
Kiki has more than bounced back from this terrible experience. She’s not afraid of people after this traumatic event, no sirree – in fact, she runs to greet you as soon you enter the room and will follow you around meowing for love and attention! Kiki is sweet, friendly, and loves to be petted. She’ll make herself comfortable either in your lap or plopped down right beside you and purr up a storm. She’ll even give out a kitty kiss or two!
Kiki is a busy little kitty and loves to play with just about anything. She especially enjoys chasing balls and playing with swizzle wands.
Kiki is excited to begin this newer and happier time of her life. And since Kiki is quite the conversationalist, you’ll never have to worry about being lonely again! Kiki will be a wonderful companion and will bring a lot of laughter and love to the family lucky enough to bring this special girl home. To learn more - www.azrescue.org.
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