Friendly, Shy, Sweet
Yotsuba is a pretty orange tabby with the sweetest, sea-green eyes! She's shy at first, but is friendly once she gets to know you, that's when you'll see her sweet and loving personality fully emerge. She prefers quiet surroundings to noisy ones and finds children and dogs scary. We don't know how she is with cats.
Yotsuba has diabetes, so she requires some extra medical care which may include a regulated diet and/or insulin. You can contact APA! for additional information on caring for a diabetic kitty. Yotsuba also has stomatitis which is an inflammation of the mouth and gums. APA! can provide you with details about this condition. Yotsuba is front declawed, so she would need to be an indoor only cat due to her inability to protect herself from predators and other dangers.
Yotsuba would do well in a calm, tranquil home with adults only. She would love the joys of catching sunbeams in those just right spots and the secure feeling that having a caring family brings. If would like to meet sweet Yotsuba, come visit her at APA today!
All APA! foster kittens/cats are litter box-trained, tested for FeLV/FIV, spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for worms/fleas, microchipped and come with a 30-day health insurance plan.
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