Description: Kona is a gorgeous tabby girl with big round eyes and the cutest face. She has caramel undersides and luscious soft fur.
Personality: Kona is an independent little lady, with a very sweet disposition. She likes being close by her person, but she is not likely to be a lap kitty. An undemanding companion. She particularly enjoys supervising arts and craft activities or homework, and is likely to lay on top of the thing that you most need to use next! She enjoys chasing laser toys and ribbons, and most anything that moves fast. Kona has tested negative feline leukemia and FIV, has great litter box manners.
Animal History: Kona and her brother were born under a shed in a Durham neighborhood to a lovely stray kitty. The mama cat has been spayed and the kittens rescued. Her brother was adopted out and she is left waiting for her person to come along.
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