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 loving and playful young who craves human affection and playful interaction. Once she gets to know you, Tia is very friendly and eagerly jumps on your lap or rubs against you. Tia can also be vocal when she wants your attention. She loves to be petted and groomed and purrs loudly when getting attention.
Tia is VERY playful and energetic. While she does like playing with another energetic cat, she can be a little assertive and needs the right feline buddy who shares her high level of energy and isn't intimidated by her playing. Tia is also very curious and investigates anything new and different with keen interest. She enjoys sleeping in the mid-afternoon and becomes very playful in the evenings.
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 with the right feline playmate.
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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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