Tia loves to pose for the camera!
DOB: July 2015
|TIA is not your average calico kitty. She is a native of Guyana, South America, who left behind hunting exotic birds and lizards, and climbing coconut trees, to live the American Dream. |
Tia is a very friendly and playful young kitty who needs human attention and playful interaction. She is very curious and investigates anything new and different with keen interest. Tia enjoys sleeping in the mid-afternoon and becomes very playful in the evenings. She also likes being petted and brushed, purring loudly to show how content she is. Tia can be vocal when she wants your attention.
Tia needs a quiet to moderately active home without other pets. She also needs a home with at least two people who spend time at home and who want a playful kitty to interact with. She would do fine with a couple with no kids as long as she gets plenty of people interaction. Having one caretaker work from home at least part-time would be ideal. She also does well with quieter, older kids who want to play.
Tia was brought to the U.S. by a Peace Corp volunteer who just couldn't leave this sweet girl behind when she returned to the U.S. Tia is a little too energetic for the older kitty in this Peace Corp volunteer's home so she has asked for help finding Tia a new home.
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PLEASE NOTE: WE ADOPT TO RESIDENTS OF NORTHERN VA AND WASHINGTON DC SUBURBS ONLY. PLEASE SEE OUR ADOPTION GUIDELINES AT WWW.SPCANOVA.ORG .
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