McKinley is a female black domestic short hair. She was born on March 24th, 2010.
McKinley's mother was an outdoor cat that was not spayed, so it wasn't long before she got pregnant and had a litter of kittens. We agreed to take the kittens if the owner would spay the mother cat. Thus, McKinley and her litter mates Colter (black male, adopted), Shasta (tortie female, adopted) and Owen (red tabby male, adopted) came to KittyCorner to find a home. They do not need to be adopted together.
McKinley likes people, and she is friendly and playful. She enjoys attention and petting, but she has a kitten-ish attention span. She'll enjoy snuggling with you and being petted, right up until something distracts her, then she must leap up and chase it. This is pretty typical for her young age.
McKinley gets along well with our other kittens and cats, and she enjoys their company. She loves playing both with her litter mates and with the other kittens and young cats here. She would make a wonderful playmate and friend for a young cat or kitten.
McKinley has so much love to give to a family. If there's a place for her in your heart and your family, please call us now to come and meet her!
Call Kitty Corner at 315-457-4420 or fill out our adoption application at www.kittycorner.org to meet our adoptable cats and adopt a new member of your family.
McKinley tests negative for Feline Leukemia and Feline AIDS, has been spayed/neutered, microchipped, and all shots are up to date.
Kitty Corner has a lifetime return policy. If your adopted cat needs to be rehomed at any time, just bring them back to us. We want to be sure that none of our cats is ever homeless again.
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