I am already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
*SPECIAL NEEDS: More socialization needed* Little Charlotte was discovered at a local apartment complex, seemingly the only of her litter to have survived. She is so cute, like a teeny mouse with those whiskers and that gray and white spotted face! Charlotte is still not used to being close to people, though, because her mother was a feral/wild cat and taught her a few things, among them, that people aren't exactly the friendliest of creatures! As a result, Charlotte is hesitant to approach a person and when she does, it is usually in a one-on-one situation. She has not gotten to the point where she will let a person pet her or sit in their lap. This does not mean she will never be a sweet, sociable cat, though! It would simply require a patient, understanding adopter who is willing to spend a great deal of time working with Charlotte to complete the socialization process. Cat Zip Alliance reps are more than willing to help you with this, however, because we want to see Charlotte find a good, indoor home :)
Charlotte has been spayed. She's had her rabies vax and FVRCP vax. She's been dewormed and deflead as well. She has been tested and was found negative for FIV/FLV/heartworms