I'm being cared for by: All Fur Love Animal Society
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Malakai
Breed: Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
Color: Black (All)
already spayed and housetrained.
I am already spayed and housetrained.
Kitty Name: MALAKAI I am a: Girl
Describe kitty's general behavior: Affectionate; Shy until she is comfortable with her new surroundings; Scratches Cat Post; Likes Some Activity Likes Quiet; Afraid of Noises/Thunder; Plays with Toys Describe kitty's typical playtime activity: Malakai enjoys attention on her own terms. She likes to chase string toys.
Good in Carrier / Good in Car Describe behavior in carrier/car: quiet and patient Okay with Strangers How does kitty react around new people? She stays hidden and shy until she is more comfortable. Okay with Other Cats Okay with Other Pets/Animals How does kitty react around new pets/animals? She has been around other cats with no problems. Proper introductions are necessary of course, to ensure an easy transition. She will do well with nice, calm dogs.
Handling When I pick up kitty: She prefers not to be held. How kitty enjoys Petting: She enjoys being pet and brushed Does kitty enjoy lap time: maybe not on you lap, but next to you Has kitty been introduced to dogs? Unsure, but feel she would do well with calm, older dogs who can give her space. Does kitty like being around children? Unknown, but calm, older children would be best since she may spook easy and hide from loud noises. Is kitty litterbox trained: Yes What type of litter: clumping clay Does kitty have accidents in the house: No
Describe a typical day with this kitty: Malakai is a sweet girl who enjoys having her own space to do her own thing. She loves to spend time with her brother, Marmaduke, and hopes they can be adopted together. She plays with toys when she wants to and enjoys attention when she is in the mood. She has a calm temperament and looks forward to a home to call her own.
All Fur Love Animal Society began with the vision to rescue animals which have been abandoned and provide them extra love and care until new forever loving homes are found. Our mission is to improve the lives of homeless and abandoned animals through rescue, rehabilitation and adoption efforts. Our goal focuses on a community based effort to: UNITE people and rescue groups here in Las Vegas who care about the homeless pet issues through adoption events, website news, blogs and postings EDUCATE the general public about our concerns with volunteer-staffed booths at events around the local area, articles and news on our website, distributing printed materials and utilizing the media whenever possible ASSIST other organizations with their work and promote what they are doing Together we can save lives, one pet at a time!
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We rely on weekend adoptions; Please check with our website for exact days/times and special events.
Our Adoption Process...
Adopters fill out an Adoption Application, we verify references and a homecheck is required before approval of adoption application. Once the application approved, an Adoption Agreement Contract is completed with exchange of adoption fee. All Fur Love Animal Society reserves the right to approve or disapprove any application. Our adoption fees are kittens $100 (3-6 months); cats $50 (7 months and older). Our animals are up to date on vaccines, de-wormed, micro-chipped, spayed/neutered, and FeLV/FIV tested.
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