Mother Teresa is a very petite and beautiful long-haired kitty that was named for her 'saintly' quality. When she first came to us with her litter of kittens, she readily accepted a sickly orphan and nursed him to health along with her own. The kittens have all been adopted to wonderful homes and it is Mother Teresa’s turn to find her purrfect loving and forever home! Now that Teresa is no longer focused on the task of nurturing her kittens and has time for herself, she has blossomed into an affectionate and playful cat! She loves to explore her surroundings and to look out the windows! While she tends to be shy at first, she begins to feel more comfortable as she settles in and will begin to sit on your lap and enjoy some one-on-one time. From her huge, gorgeous eyes to her super sweet purrsonality to her luxurious unique black fur (with auburn highlights), she is simply wonderful!!! Mother Teresa isn’t terribly fond of attention from dogs but might be OK in a home with a dog if she’s ignored ;-) …We have not seen her around children, but she should be fine in a quiet home with cat savvy children 10+ after the usual slow and proper introduction. She has purrfect litter box habits. She is very small in size, and would make a wonderful companion kitty!
Mother Teresa was born approximately April 27, 2016, and her adoption fee is $85 or adopt 2 and the 2nd is half off. She is spayed, up to date on shots and worming, tested negative for feline leukemia and is entitled to a free well check from Mariposa Veterinary Wellness Center. See below for more about Mother Teresa.
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