Please contact Kate (firstname.lastname@example.org), (754) 366-3669 for more information about this pet.You can apply for Minerva at www.ladyluckanimalrescue.org under the “Adopt/Foster” Tab.
Minerva is a beautiful female Domestic Medium Hair kitty born approximately on April 15, 2019. Minerva a/k/a “Minnie” is a really pretty, white and black “cow” cat with the prettiest green eyes. She was rescued from a trapping project with her four kittens. She was a really good mom and very protective of her babies. Minnie definitely has some “Cattitude.” She loves chin scratches and belly rubs, when she’s in the mood – but will let you know when she is “done” by giving you a good nip. We think this has to do with her confidence, so she will need patience in helping her adjust to a new environment. She is somewhat cautious and comes to you on her own terms. She loves getting brushed, and looking out the window to watch the world go by. She is often found making biscuits in her fluffy bed. Minnie’s favorite game is the feather wand toy so she can practice hunting birds indoors (no more outdoors for Minnie!).
Minerva is spayed, microchipped, FIV/FeLV tested negative, fecal tested negative, dewormed, and vaccinated (including rabies). She is litter box trained.
Minerva is being fostered in Parkland, FL. For more information contact email@example.com or text 754-366-3669. You can apply at www.ladyluckanimalrescue.org under the “Adopt/Foster” Tab.
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