I'm being cared for by: Michigan Humane Society - Detroit
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Kissa
Breed: Domestic Longhair
already spayed and declawed.
I am already spayed and declawed.
1) I am the shy kind; it may take me a bit of time for me to settle in 2) I like to be petted, but I am pretty low key about it. I may not beg for extra petting 3) Quick movements and noises startle me. I may not be a good fit for children 4) I don't have a history with dogs 5) I don't have a history with cats, please introduce me to yours slowly 6) I am quite a shedder - you'll need to brush me every day 7) I am full grown - but I need your help to drop a few pounds 7c) I am front-paw declawed 8) I use my litter box consistently 9) It takes me time to warm up to new adults; at first I am nervous 10) I may need some extra special TLC, please ask about me
The Michigan Humane Society is the oldest and largest animal welfare organization in Michigan, taking in approximately 35,000 animals per year. We have three animal care centers in the Metro area including locations in Detroit, Westland and Rochester Hills, as well as cat adoption centers in PetSmart stores in several locations and an adoption center at Petco in Sterling Heights. You are sure to find the perfect pet at one of our adoption locations!
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Ours adoptable pets are available every day 11am to 5pm except for Sunday and until 7 pm on Wednesdays!
Our Adoption Process...
We have a simple adoption application and approval process. Our adoption fees vary by animal, but generally include neutering, age appropriate vaccinations, behavior and health assessments, and health insurance. In addition, all adopters have free access to our Adopter Support program for assistance with health or behavior issues that may arise.
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