HISTORY: KIKI was previously adopted through Felines & Friends, but her adoptive family could no longer care for her so she is looking for a new forever home. On August 5th, KIKI underwent I-131 treatment for elevated thyroid values at VCA in Albuquerque. This treatment has eliminated the need for ongoing medication. KIKI is scheduled for a dental soon, but is ready for adoption.
TEMPERAMENT: KIKI is very sociable and friendly; she will climb onto your lap for attention, and likes to groom her person's hair and snuggle in bed at night. KIKI would prefer to be your one and only pet. She can be quite playful and content to entertain herself with her toys. KIKI is also very curious and likes to get into things and small spaces, so it's best to keep drawers closed around her! She is good about using her scratching post, but seem to prefers a choice of clean litter boxes. Access to a safe outdoor environment might be ideal for her. KIKI is a beautiful brown tabby girl with some small white patches.
AGE: born approx. March 1, 2009.
MICROCHIP #: 462F754932 Home Again
DATE OF STERILIZATION: unknown.
VAX RECORD: Rabies: exp 9/10/17, FVRCP: 3/13/12.
FELV/FIV test: 3/17/12, neg.
ADOPTION FEE: $100 [we are seeking additional donations to help offset the cost of the I-131 and dental] If you are interested in adopting this cat, please fill out our Adoption Application completely. In the space provided on the form, please include contact information for three (3) personal references. For more information, please visit our website at fandfnm.org.
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