Meow! My name is Kiki
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Black (All)||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Hi. My name is Kiki. I'm approximately 2 years old. I love to play with balls, and wand toys are my favorite! I'm adorable and very sweet. I get along well with other cats and love to play with them. I would also get along well with a mellow dog. I have a very quiet, affectionate demeanor too. I love being petted, and sometimes I even roll on my back so you can pet my belly.
Kiki's story: Kiki was found locked outside of a foreclosed property she once knew as "home". She had a litter of 4 kittens to protect and nurture, not knowing how to survive herself living outside. She has come a long way from not trusting humans and will capture your heart once she feels safe and secure. She longs for the security of a home to call her own.
As with all SCRAM cats, we will not allow this cat to be declawed. Please see our home page for more information on adopting.
To learn more about this cat, please email Carolyn915@msn.com or call Carolyn at 651-486-7522
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Rescue Group Info...
SCRAM is a non-profit, 501c3 tax exempt, animal welfare organization. *We take in, foster and socialize cats/kittens to be good house pets. *We provide for vet care as needed and have the animals spay/neutered. *We offer these pets for adoption to good homes where the animals' needs and nature are respected. *We educate about proper pet care. *We advocate for animal interests and to ensure animal protection laws are properly enforced. *We work with the media to bring attention to animal issues and raise awareness about the need for change. What YOU can do: *Spay/neuter your pets. *Keep them safely indoors when not on a leash or confined in a fenced yard.*Intervene when you see an animal being abused or mistreated. *Call SCRAM or your local humane rescue group if you find a lost, stray or feral cat in need of help. *Communicate with your elected officials about improving our animal protection laws and ordinances. *Volunteer your time and talents to help with animal causes or foster a SCRAM cat!
Pre-adoption interviews are conducted in order to match the proper pet with potential adopter. Items taken under consideration are housing, size of family, number of pets past and present, medical problems with anyone in the home, geographic area, relationships with veterinarians, etc.. Home visits are conducted without warning. References required on an as need basis.
Mpls./St Paul metro area and surrounding suburbs