Little Ann has been with us for over 2 years! Little Ann is a friendly young cat that is good with kids, other cats and non-aggressive dogs.
Her story: We were called about a pair of kittens that had been abandoned by their mother on a front lawn. Two siblings had already died. We picked up the approximately 3 week old kittens who were covered in fleas and named them Ann and Andy, since they were a raggedy pair. Little Ann struggled with intestinal issues for months. Her brother was strong, healthy and adopted quickly. Little Ann finally got healthy enough and big enough to be spayed and never looked back. She is a healthy, playful girl with a big belly because she loves to eat. She will also get into any food she can (the dog's, dishes in the sink, food on the floor), which causes her gas. She will occasionally sneeze (often in your face). That doesn't make her any less loveable!
Health issue: Little Ann has gingivostomatitis and needs all her teeth removed. This is an expensive surgery (~$900) that our rescue is as yet unable to afford.
Current food: Authority Adult kibble and Triumph turkey canned cat food.
Current litter: Grreat Choice non-scoopable scented clay litter
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