She has been in the care of RescueCats for more than FOUR years :( Please adopt this sweet kitty.
* 3-16-16 -She had a full dental*
Date of birth: 6/26/10.
Photo taken: 12/30/16.
Babies: Josh, Julie, Jessie, Jemma, Jordan.
Hi, my name is Juanita. I am a sweet but shy mom of five kittens, Julie and Jordan who are still with me at the rescue and Josh, Jessie, and Jemma who have been adopted. I have been at Rescue Cats for a few years now and as I have become more comfortable with my surroundings my shyness has faded away quite a bit. I can be very silly and I do get playful. If you catch me at the right time you will see me batting around a toy mouse like a kitten. I love wet food, grooming sessions, and visiting my daughter Julie in her “condo” for a little girl time. How wonderful it would be if we could be adopted together. In closing I must mention my talent of standing up, putting my front paws together and pawing at the air. I worked hard to perfect this talent and I am very proud of it. Take a look at the video on my page. Some of the volunteers think I am saying “I’m hungry” and others think I am saying “open the door”, but I will keep the meaning as my little secret.
She is spayed, treated for fleas & worms, tested negative for FeLV/FIV & vaccinated for RCP & Rabies, as well as microchipped.
Adoption fee $110 & $10 microchip/registration.
If you would like to meet this wonderful kitty as well as many other cats on the web site, call RescueCats at 678-817-9647 or Jerri at 404-304–9210, or e-mail email@example.com or Jerri at JerriClay@gmail.com --
You may also visit the RescueCats web site at www.rescuecats.org and see all of the other cats in the Kitty Photo Gallery.
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