Meow! My name is Virginia
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Calico Or Dilute Calico||Age:||Young|
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Very sweet dilute calic
Virginia is a very sweet and loving kitty. Life started out rather rough for Virginia. At about one week of age, she and her two siblings were thrown to the side of the street in an old shoebox on a hot late July day. When they were found (covered by ants) by a nice lady, one of her siblings had already died, and Virginia and her remaining sister were very ill. The nice lady took the kittens to her home and contacted a resuce person. Virginia's story was about to become more positive. With the arrival of the rescue person, Virginia and her sister began receiving the medical care that would save their lives. Soon, she was heartily taking her bottle and before long running and playing. The upper respiratory infection soon cleared, but Virginia was left with some scarring over her left eye. The eye doctor believes that he can remove this and that she is not totally blind in that eye. Virginia does not know that there is anything wrong with her eye. She runs, jumps, and plays just like any normal kitten. She is scheduled to return to the eye doctor soon and will probably have the scar tissue removed at that time. With or without this surgery, Virginia is a beautiful, very loving dilute calico kitten. The family/person who adopts her will be very fortunate indeed. If you believe that you have the home that can make Virginia's story end with a 'happily ever after' please, contact Lesa at 210-422-2194 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Virginia has been spayed, combo tested, vaccinated and microchipped. Pictures will be posted in the next day or two.
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