Meet Miss Mouse!
Mouse is a beautiful young lady that is small in size at approximately 6 pounds, but big in personality. She is very exotic looking with ice blue eyes. Her beautiful coat is mostly white with distinctive smoky grey and camel color markings.
Little Miss Mouse had a rough start in her early life. She was a stray that was looking for handouts to survive. She was a girl in trouble that had a litter of kittens with nowhere to keep them safe. Thankfully a nice family took her in and cared for her and the kittens. They gave them shelter and lots of good food to eat. Mouse acquired her name at this time (because she was so very small and was quiet as a mouse). Her kittens grew and were able to find good homes of their own. But, Mouse was left behind. So the nice family called Diamonds in the Ruff to help. She is now in a foster home and is ready to find her very own loving family and home.
If you are looking for a petite little lady to add to your family, then Mouse may be the girl for you. She is quiet and shy, but would like to have the opportunity to get to know you. Oh, by the way, she is becoming quite talkative at meal time. She jabbers in kitty code and loves to hear your reply.
Miss Mouse is a gorgeous, mostly white coat, domestic, short hair kitty. She has lovely smoke gray and camel color markings. Her light ice blue eyes will capture your heart. She is approximately 2 years of age, spayed and feline leukemia negative. She is up to date on all preventatives and vaccinations. If you are interested in a sweet little kitty, please fill out an application to adopt on our website at www.kydiamondsintheruff.org.
Mouse is located in a loving foster home in Eastern Kentucky. Out of state adoption and transportation can be arranged.
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