Emma came to 4Paws as the result of being rescued from having been abandoned in a West Virginia trailer park. The owner vacated the trailer and left her behind. Since coming to 4Paws, she has spent some time in a foster home. We do not know her background with other cats, so her foster mom provided supervised time in a room with one other kitty. Emma showed that she has the potential to get along with another cat as long as they have been given slow and proper introductions. Guidelines for this process can be found on the 4Paws website.
Emma was born about January 2012. She has been spayed, tested negative for FIV and FELV, is current on vaccinations, and has been micro chipped.
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