Kim is Sponsored by: Tawny Brunetta
SNAP Cats rescued Kim from Los Angeles, CA. Kim was surrendered to a Los Angeles shelter with injuries to her lower spine and tail. She had been hit by something large (car, etc) as her tail was dislocated and she had several large gashes across her lower back and flank. Kim’s tail was amputated and she was observed for a few days to evaluate her condition/temperament. Kim remained incontinent for many days following her surgery as has been that way ever since. There’s a window of opportunity for her to regain control of her bladder and bowels but that window is slowly closing.
Kim can be a bit aggressive toward anyone touching her lower back, and becomes over stimulated easily when pet. Her best scenario would be a cushy barn cat where she can roam as she pleases and give affection on her own terms.
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