Kisha is a quiet all black pretty female cat who came to Heartland as a kitten, was adopted and then returned when the owners decided to move and not take her with. That's a story we hear all too often. A cat is a family member and a lifelong commitment. Kisha was born in 2008 and is once again looking for her forever home. Her former family told us that Kisha is a lap cat. This poor girl has no idea why she wound up in a shelter after being a devoted companion for eight years. We are working hard to find her the perfect family. Kisha is front-paw declawed and lived with another cat. She will do best in a quiet home.
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