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My name is MiMi!
I'm being cared for by
Heart of America Humane Society

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Longhair
Color
Black & White or Tuxedo
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
long

My info

Small red x Shots not current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hello humans! My name is MiMi and I am a three-year-old beauty queen. In March 2021, I was rescued outside from an apartment complex along with my three kittens. My babies were adopted two months later and here I am, a year later, still in a foster home. After my kittens were adopted, I became very withdrawn but I have slowly rebuilt my confidence with my foster mom. I am introverted so I may come off a bit salty, when in reality, I just need some personal space. I’m sure many of you can relate.

I have had a handful of prospective adopters but their expectations of me were high. I think I am a bit misunderstood as I simply need a bit of time to adjust and warm up. I *am* fond of humans—I follow my foster mom to go feed the adorable new foster kittens, I sleep on the ottoman next to her bed and I enjoy hanging out in the living room with her. I let her pet me and brush me (till I have had enough). I love chin and ear rubs!

My best features are my round golden eyes, fluffy fur coat and my independent cattitude. I get along great with kittens and friendly cats. I absolutely love to play with toys (feather wand toy is a favorite). Listen, I know I may not be the most snuggly cat in the world and I know I may require extra patience to build trust and love. But I am free-spirited, witty and dare I say it–quite alluring. My person is out there somewhere–could it be you? If you are interested in adopting me, please text my foster mom Pat at 913-991-5768.
Hello humans! My name is MiMi and I am a three-year-old beauty queen. In March 2021, I was rescued outside from an apartment complex along with my three kittens. My babies were adopted two months later and here I am, a year later, still in a foster home. After my kittens were adopted, I became very withdrawn but I have slowly rebuilt my confidence with my foster mom. I am introverted so I may come off a bit salty, when in reality, I just need some personal space. I’m sure many of you can relate.

I have had a handful of prospective adopters but their expectations of me were high. I think I am a bit misunderstood as I simply need a bit of time to adjust and warm up. I *am* fond of humans—I follow my foster mom to go feed the adorable new foster kittens, I sleep on the ottoman next to her bed and I enjoy hanging out in the living room with her. I let her pet me and brush me (till I have had enough). I love chin and ear rubs!

My best features are my round golden eyes, fluffy fur coat and my independent cattitude. I get along great with kittens and friendly cats. I absolutely love to play with toys (feather wand toy is a favorite). Listen, I know I may not be the most snuggly cat in the world and I know I may require extra patience to build trust and love. But I am free-spirited, witty and dare I say it–quite alluring. My person is out there somewhere–could it be you? If you are interested in adopting me, please text my foster mom Pat at 913-991-5768.
Rescue

Heart of America Humane Society

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
Overland Park, KS 66282
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

How much does it cost to adopt an animal? Please visit www.heartofamericahs.org for more details.
How much does it cost to adopt an animal? Please visit www.heartofamericahs.org for more details.

Go meet their pets

Adopt-A-Pet Events in the Kansas City Community. Cat adoptions are held at the PETsMART at 115th and Metcalf in Overland Park, KS every Saturday from 12:00 to 3:00. Cats available for adoption every day at PETsMART's in-store cage area. Dog adoptions are held at the PETsMART in Olathe, KS at 119th and Strang Line, every Saturday from 12:00 to 3:00. Dog adoptions are held at the PETsMART in Lee's Summit, MO at 920 NE Sam Walton Lane, also every Saturday from 12:00 and 3:00.
Adopt-A-Pet Events in the Kansas City Community. Cat adoptions are held at the PETsMART at 115th and Metcalf in Overland Park, KS every Saturday from 12:00 to 3:00. Cats available for adoption every day at PETsMART's in-store cage area. Dog adoptions are held at the PETsMART in Olathe, KS at 119th and Strang Line, every Saturday from 12:00 to 3:00. Dog adoptions are held at the PETsMART in Lee's Summit, MO at 920 NE Sam Walton Lane, also every Saturday from 12:00 and 3:00.

More about this rescue

The Heart of America Humane Society is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit organization helping to place shelter and foster animals into permanent homes in and around the greater Kansas City metro area. Our goal is to save and improve the lives of Kansas City's homeless companion animals by promoting responsible pet ownership. The Heart of America Humane Society (HAHS) partners with the Lee's Summit Animal Shelter (Lee's Summit, MO) to manage a spay/neuter program and to increase pet adoptions into responsible, permanent homes. Background Our organization does not have a permanent facility or paid staff, so nearly all of our adoptions or other community involvement takes place on-site at pet stores and through other event venues. Some events raise awareness and bring in donations for our animal support efforts, while others help acknowledge and show appreciation for our own volunteers (who perform all duties outside of their regular jobs). HAHS maintains a News and Events Web page to highlight these efforts.
The Heart of America Humane Society is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit organization helping to place shelter and foster animals into permanent homes in and around the greater Kansas City metro area. Our goal is to save and improve the lives of Kansas City's homeless companion animals by promoting responsible pet ownership. The Heart of America Humane Society (HAHS) partners with the Lee's Summit Animal Shelter (Lee's Summit, MO) to manage a spay/neuter program and to increase pet adoptions into responsible, permanent homes. Background Our organization does not have a permanent facility or paid staff, so nearly all of our adoptions or other community involvement takes place on-site at pet stores and through other event venues. Some events raise awareness and bring in donations for our animal support efforts, while others help acknowledge and show appreciation for our own volunteers (who perform all duties outside of their regular jobs). HAHS maintains a News and Events Web page to highlight these efforts.