Mommacita was given her name because she came to us with her newborn kittens. We were contacted about her while she was still on the streets, but did not get back to the finder in a timely manner. He took her to the Speedway Street Department, where she went into labor the next day. Three kittens from the litter survived the first week and are now happy, healthy, fixed and adopted. It is Mommacita's turn for a forever home.
Mommacita likes to have her own space to hide in, but she loves being scratched on her chin. She will let you hold her, and she prefers to sit behind you on the couch. She will sometimes sneak over and sit by you; it's rare though. She looks out the window most of the day if she's not sleeping. She doesn't mind being in the same room as other cats or dogs. She just gets mad when they come near her or are in her spot on the couch. She likes to weave between your legs when she's hungry. She kinda does her own thing but lets you know when it's dinner time.
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