When Pixie's owner died, Pixie was turned in to an area shelter where she was saved from euthanasia when no one adopted her and her time ran out. She appears to be a British Shorthair with a round pixie face and short, dense coat that is dilute tortoiseshell (gray/apricot). Pixie's estimated DOB is 10/19/07 and she weighs 11 lb. She has been declawed on the front paws. Declawing is a painful procedure that involves amputation of the cat's toes up to the first joint; not just removal of the claw. Declawed cats sometimes have litter box issues due to pain or discomfort after being declawed and may associate the litter box with pain. Also, changes such as going to a new home can trigger litter box problems. Pixie occasionally does not use the litter box and it is helpful to put down potty training pads for her to use as well as the litter box. Pixie is very cute, sweet and loving. She loves to sit in your lap and purr and be petted. This purr box is looking for a quiet home where she will receive the TLC and one-on-one attention she deserves. She'd probably do best in a home where she is the only cat. Pixie has been spayed, vaccinated, dewormed and tested negative for feline leukemia virus. She's also microchipped.
$50 adoption fee, cash only. Adoption contract required. Location: Quail Valley/Menifee, Southwest Riverside County. Local adoptions only; within 50 mile radius because we deliver animal to its new home. We are looking for adopters who want to give a rescued animal a permanent home and give it a second chance at a good home and happy life. If interested, please email us with a little info about yourself, where you live, your family, and your other pets, etc. Thank you.