Hello – my name is Aria. I am a healthy, young domestic short hair white cat with a black cap and tail. I was born an outside neighborhood cat in Ladera Heights. I am beautiful girl, with soft white fur and a black cap and black tail ringed with white!
I love people, even though I was abandoned at six months old. I found my way to a feral cat feeding station starving and alone. The feral kitties terrorized me! I am still rearful of other cats at first, but once acquainted I love to romp with young cats 24/7, but I can be a little 'too much' for the older cats. I am an incredibly loving lap kitty who purrs when you so much as look at me cross eyed. I was rescued by Erica and am spayed and vaccinated…I love her so much that I jumped back into her car rather than be returned to the colony. I let her pick me up and put me in a carrier that very day! I will greet you when you enter and love to play with crinkle balls and feather wands. I loves to be brushed while lounging in your lap, and I am not a picky eater. I don’t want to be left alone so I will hug your leg when you have to leave. I am sugar sweet, still kittenish and playful and I will give you little love nibbles when you rub my belly! I am so very ready for a forever (inside) home with you!
Please contact Erica Anderson 310 401-2991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
These dogs are looking for homes through private parties in the Los Angeles CA area. This page is a service to help individuals in the L.A. area trying to place dogs into loving homes. The dogs listed on this page are not affiliated with Karma Rescue. We have not evaluated the dogs and they are not under our care. We are not responsible for any adoptions through private parties. To obtain more information about any of these pets, please use the contact information given with each pet's description. All dogs are spayed/neutered prior to being listed on this page.
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