Komali means “tender.” She loves to be carried around, loves people and is great with kids. She is what we call a “Velcro” cat. She is a quiet, playful and active girl, who likes her toys. She is very loving and really likes her canned food. Komali has a good temperament and is good with dogs. She would do well with a kitty friend, as long as she can have her way. Komali is a black Domestic Shorthair. He was born 8 April 2016.
All cats and kittens have tested negative for FIV/FELv. They are up to date on shots, spayed or neutered and treated for internal and external parasites. Most are good with dogs, other cats and children. For more information about our process for adoption, an adoption application, fees, adoption event times, and lots more visit http://www.midmichigancatrescue.org. If you would like more information about this cat please email us at email@example.com or call 517-622-4653.
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