Miso (me-so) with the sparkly green eyes appeared one night in her foster mom’s backyard sleeping on an army blanket covering some chairs. She was ready to go over the backyard wall once she saw people but her foster mom lured her with some tasty wet cat food. She was very friendly and purred and meowed once fed. Her foster mom checked the neighborhood to make sure no one had posted signs for a missing kitty. The next night it started to rain and she wanted to come in so in she came in and we put her in the spare bedroom. We took her to the PAWS wellness clinic to make sure she was spayed, vaccinated, and tested for felv/fiv (negative for both). She was already spayed so it makes sense she knows about being an indoor kitty and all about the litter box. She was itchy because she had fleas but she was treated with Frontline and is getting better and she is gaining a few pounds because she is too skinny from being on the road. She growls a bit at the other cats in the household but does not fight -- they are still getting used to each other. She is playful buts also loves to sit with you and be stroked and told how pretty she is. This sweet baby is approximately a year old and needs a special person and her forever home.
Miso is spayed, up to date on shots, and tested negative for FIV/FeLv. DOB Oct 2009
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