KATHERINA has a very interesting story. She and her identical twin sister both showed up at a local shelter very pregnant. The sisters were trapped in a warehouse, but they were friendly, so they obviously had been around people at some point in their life. KATHERINA gave birth to 5 kittens the day after coming into foster care and her sister, Bianca, gave birth just 3 days later. Both sisters had 5 kittens and both litters looked almost identical. Their foster mom decided to name everyone after different Shakespeare characters. The girls were vet aged at just 9 months old when they came into foster care, which means that they became pregnant at just 7 months old. They were still kittens themselves. This is why it is so very important to spay and neuter your animals. Cats can become pregnant at just 4-5 months old.
KATHERINA was a great mom despite the fact that she had likely never done it before. She doted on her kittens and now it is time for someone to dote on her. She has now been spayed and will never have to care for kittens again. She is a super sweet girl. She gets along great with the other cats and large dog in her foster home, but also would be fine as an only pet. She's very young, but has grown out of the crazy kitten stage. Her favorite things are hanging out in the cat tree looking out the window and chasing jingle balls around the house. She's a smaller girl at just over 7 pounds. She's a healthy weight now and likely won't get much bigger.
Please consider giving this sweet, young, petite girl a home she deserves.
For further information please contact us at www.furryfriendsanimalrescue.org/contact-us or call 214-676-2434. Anyone interested in our cats will be required to fill out an adoption application. All our cats will be spayed or neutered, microchipped and current on vaccinations. We do ask for a $140 adoption donation. To fill out an application on line, just go to www.furryfriendsanimalrescue.org and click on the Adoption Application link.
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