Status / Details

2019, Adopted

Additional Info

About Kali

Born ~4/4/19, F, Calico Maine Coon

Available July 1, 2019

Hi, I’m Kali. Why Kali? It’s because I’m a very pretty Calico Maine Coon kitty, and my foster Mom though that was a good name (get it? Kali – Calico?). Hey, I like it!

Anyway, like I said, I’m a very pretty Calico Maine Coon girl. My Mom is a beautiful ginger Maine Coon kitty who came all the way from Russia! She used to belong to a cat breeder and was rescued from there only a few days before me and my brothers and sisters were born. I was only a few days old when all of us went to live with our foster Mom and Dad in Rancho Murieta. Well that was almost 2 months ago and now being a healthy, happy kitty, I’m ready to venture out into the world and find my forever home!

A little about me….. I like to play, eat, play, sleep on laps, play and just run around the house. Did I mention that I like to play? There are several big kitties that live here, along with a big Golden Retriever dog. I get along with all of them, even if the big kitties might not want to play as much as me. Yeah, the Golden Retriever is big but she really likes all of us. When I first met here I walked up to her, hissed, arched my back and let her know I was the boss. We’ve been fine ever since. I really like hanging out with my sister, Harlie. She is a Maine Coon just like me except she is a Tortoiseshell. She is pretty too.

I’m very healthy and I like to have dry food available all day long whenever I want a snack. In the evening I want my wet food and fresh water readily available at all times. Oh, I also always use my litter box and never make a mistake.

So, if you are interested in providing love, safety and a happy healthy home to a very pretty happy Maine Coon kitty, check me out!

I am fostered in Rancho Murieta, CA (Sacramento Area).

For more information email Dave and Edie at gran.kitty.foster@gmail.com and please fill out an Adoption Application on our website, purebredsplus.org.

NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!