Are you looking for a beautiful, darling and lovable kitty to join your family? Then come in and meet Papaya, a 12-year-old Tuxedo kitty. This sweetie is fabulous. She enjoys feather-toy playing and is happy to be pet while you cuddle on the couch. This sweet girl will follow you all around and give you gentle head bumps reminding you to give her some love. Come in and meet this wonderful girl today at Seattle Humane!
Papaya did test positive for FIV but when kept indoors, an FIV-positive kitty can live a long, happy life like any other feline. Our staff would be happy to speak with you about FIV and Papaya's long-term care should you have any questions before adoption.
As with all of our cats, Papaya is spayed, microchipped and vaccinated. All of our cats have been tested for Feline Leukemia/FIV and go home with a certificate for an examination by a King County veterinarian and their very own identification tag and collar. PLUS, most cat adoptions include 30 days of pet insurance from Trupanion - a great way to start off on the right paw!
Seattle Humane is a private, nonprofit animal welfare organization dedicated to saving lives and completing families. We are proud to serve the people and animals of King County with a variety of programs including pet adoption, low-cost spay and neuter services, a pet food bank, and humane education for children of all ages. Through our outreach, advocacy, and services, we strive to ensure that animal companionship is accessible to all. Seattle Humane is private and receives no local, state or federal support.
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