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Adopted by Karli
Hi, I’m Kaydee. I’m a Snowshoe Mix kitten. Did you know the Snowshoe breed was developed in the 1960’s when a Siamese breeder’s cat gave birth to 3 kittens with white feet? Because of the difficulty of reproducing the correct coat markings, purebred Snowshoes are rare. So here I am and ready for my own forever home. Lucky you.
You won’t be sorry to have me in your home. According to my foster mom, I am the sweetest and most loving girl you will ever meet. In my foster home, I love my humans and kitty and doggy friends. I’m not a talker except when I know it’s dinner time. So feed me quickly!!! I am very playful and will need another energetic “kitty friend” in my new home. And the toys I like to play with are springs, paperballs, boxes and bags. But feel free to buy more toys. I’m willing to try anything at least to have fun!!! And for those times that I want to relax, just know that I will curl up against you on the couch or with my new “kitty friend.”
You need to know that I have Feline Juvenile Periodontal Disease. This plaque driven gum disease was first seen when my permanent teeth started erupting. That started an excessive immune response to the erupting teeth. My veterinarian says that it will be very important for me to have regular visits to the vet to be monitored for.
I will come to you spayed, FELV/FIV negative, current on vaccinations and microchipped.
My foster mom says I am spayed, vaccinated, FELV tested, dewormed, microchipped, eats wet and dry food, and is litterbox perfect. They say that’s good!
I currently live with my foster family in West Sacramento.
Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue is dedicated to matching exceptional cats (like me) with qualified adopters who will cherish me and create an ideal forever home.
If you believe you’re my perfect adopter please explain why in the comments section of my Adoption Application, and contact Kim at Kimmy624@gmail.com or 916-956-5286. If you are unable to reach Kim please email email@example.com.
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 interests!