Description: Beautiful dilute cali-tabby who is front paw declawed.
Personality: Ava is a very sweet girl! She enjoys attention and will settle into your bed at night if you let her. She will also wake you up in the morning if you sleep past her breakfast time. She is a little chunky so could stand to lose a couple of pounds and we think she could do that through exercise. She LOVES to play with toys and the laser pointer! Ava enjoys petting all over.
Ava tested negative for FeLV/FIV, has been vaccinated, dewormed and been on flea prevention since arriving in foster care. She is ready to find a great home! Ava may be happiest as a single kitty, but with a very slow and patient introduction process, could potentially live harmoniously with other animals.
Animal History: Ava was an indoor, spayed and declawed cat but was left behind when her family moved across the country. Neighbors gave her table scraps for a couple of weeks before IAR was made aware of the situation. She is now in a foster home and very happy to be safe indoors again.
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