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Calista is spayed, UTD on vaccines and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. Approx. DOB is August 16, 2018.*Calista must be adopted with another kitten/cat, or to a home with a kitten or active cat.* Experienced owner with veterinary references required*Calista was saved during an on-going TNR project. She was found to be somewhat friendly, just scared, so she was brought into foster for extra attention to get her socialized. Her nickname when she first arrived was Popcorn since she would jump with every noise or movement. It didn't take long for her to calm down a bit, but it has taken her a long time to warm up to her foster mom. She is not a lap cat and it would take a lot of time (probably many months) and patience for her to adjust to a new home. She is friendly with her foster mom, but typically comes to her in the kitchen where she becomes talkative and wants petting and belly rubs. In other areas of the house, she would typically shy away, but she is starting to come to her foster mom more often in other areas of the house and does not run away like she did before. She will run and hide if someone else comes into the house. Calista is fine with her fellow 4-legged housemates, including two large dogs. She has never hissed at anyone that she has met so far. She had some exposure to young children early on and did well with them, but she has not been around children for some time so it is not known how she would react to them. Calista will require lots of patience and attention in order to help her adjust to new surroundings.
If interested in adopting Calista, please fill out an application online at http://nar.rescuegroups.org.
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