Kirsten is a beautiful girl, with a stunning mix of calico coloring and classic tabby markings and super-soft fur. She has a crooked smile, the result of a jaw fracture that occurred when getting some teeth removed - she says it "adds character"! She has had some other health and behavioral issues as well, and needs an experienced and patient adopter who is able to devote the time and attention to her for any future needs.
Kirsten was born approximately April 7, 2005. She is spayed, tests negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia, and is ready for adoption to a loving and committed home.
NOTE: Kirsten is recovering from surgery and it temporarily not available for adoptions - however, if you are interested in adopting her, she would still love to meet you!
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