Greta Garbo is a special kitty. At only 5 weeks old, she was rescued from death row with her siblings the day they were sentenced to be euthanized. Greta was adopted as a kitten but was found a little over a year later in the Angeles Crest National Forest in a carrier, luckily a good samaritan found her and she was scanned for a chip, they called Kitten Rescue and she returned to her former foster home with her siblings.
Greta is a sweet petite kitty but she is skittish. She spends most of her time hiding under the bed or the couch, but she does come out and will sleep on the bed and play with toys. She gets along with most other kitties but does not like dogs, they scare her. She can be a little fussy with her attention, she likes her chin scratched and is a bit of a talker when given attention, but she doesn’t like to be touched in certain spots but she will let you know with a warning. When her foster mom has tried to take her to adoption events she hyperventilates and hides. Because of all of this she continues to be in foster care.
You can follow Greta on Facebook with her sister Gracie at https://www.facebook.com/AdoptGreta or on Instagram @GretaGarboKR
If you are someone who will love her for who she is (not a lap kitty) and be patient with all her quirks, please click here to email her foster parent.
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