Sleek, beautiful, and oh-so-cute, Kate was brought to Animal Care and Control because she was urinating outside her litter box. She was put on the euthanasia list—despite being young, having a wonderful temperament, and being outright gorgeous—and things were looking grim for this little girl. Then, a fellow rescuer learned about her and wanted to get her out!
Brooklyn Animal Action pulled Kate and, thankfully, she’s now safe in a foster home, where she’s treated with the love and care she deserves. She was also spayed—so now she uses her litter box just fine. The fix was so simple! Considering how close she came to being put down for a problem that wasn’t her fault, we’re just so happy that things worked out for darling Kate!
Kate is a petite, dainty girl who is equal parts playful and affectionate. In other words, she’s the total package. Once you see her giant eyes and gorgeous coat, it’s impossible not to fall for her. She also loves romping around with other cats and would do well in a home with another feline friend, though she can also go to her new home as your one-and-only. What this girl really deserves is at least one loving, trustworthy human who will give her a great life from now on, someone who understands she is independent, poised, and seeks attention on her own terms... But that part goes without saying!
Kate is approximately 1 year old, spayed, negative for felv/FIV and is up to date on vaccines. If you’d like to schedule a meet and greet with Kate, contact Tara Green at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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