Nibbler had a rough start in life, hobbling around with a broken leg in the cold. Now she's all better and ready to find her forever home! Nibbler enjoys play time (especially wand toys) but is just as happy to curl up near her people for a nap. While she isn't a lap cat, Nibbler is quite affectionate and enjoys following people around, purring and chirping to get their attention with her big green eyes. Nibbler's foster home has cats and a large dog, and she is appropriate with all of them--she even seems to like the dog. We think she would be happy in a home with or without other pets. She would probably do well with kids, too, though hasn't met any just yet.
Nibbler is about 1 year old, spayed, FIV/FeLV negative, FVRCP and rabies vaccinated, uses the litterbox, and was treated for fleas and parasites as needed.
About City Kitties' Veterinary Care: We provide high quality veterinary care for our foster cats and kittens. Each animal is spayed/neutered, tested for FIV and feline leukemia, and receives age-appropriate vaccinations (FVRCP and rabies), and flea/parasite treatment as needed. Since they live in foster homes, you can see our adoptable animals in a familiar, stress-free environment, and their foster parents can tell you all about their personalities. If you have questions a week, a month, or even a year after adoption, we're available for guidance and support.
How to Adopt from City Kitties: Our adoptable animals are housed in private foster homes. The first step in meeting an adoptable animal is to fill out an adoption application. To ensure a lifelong match between you and your new pet, our adoption process involves an application, reference check, and a visit to your home at the time of adoption. Our adoption fee is $85 to help subsidize the cost of veterinary care. You can read more about the adoption process and fill out an application on our website, www.citykitties.org.
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