Kira does not let this slow her down, though! In her foster home, Kira enjoyed playing with crinkly toys like a typical kitten, loved everyone in her home including younger children, and would even go hunting for spiders! If you have a special spot in your heart and home for a special needs kitty that doesn't know how special she is, come in to meet Kira today.
Kira will be a care for life adoption, meaning MRFRS will cover medical costs associated with her leukemia through our vet.
Kira is spayed, up to date on vaccinations and microchipped.
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