Knee-high   

In shelter Cat

Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas, Uni...
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Colors:
Black
Lost or found date:
07/14/2021
Pet name:
Knee-high
Gender:
Female
Age:
Young
Description:
My official name is Knee-high (because of my knee-high, white socks), but I much prefer Pinky in recognition of my purr-fectly precious, pink nose! I even have this pretty, new, pink collar to match! And, guess what? My adoption fee has been sponsored, so I'm free to the right adopter! Jackpot! Although I'm reserved when first meeting someone, I warm up quickly. I do this wiggle-worm thing and purr, even before you have a chance to give me pets. Once I find my forever person, I'd like to become the best lap cat ever. I'd do best in a home that's not overly active or loud. I like listening to talk radio, though, so that's one noise I hope to hear. I get along with dog and love kittens (l groom them and keep them in check--they can be ornery!), but I'm not too sure about other adult cats, yet. I'm still getting to know the ones in my foster home, but so far I think I'd prefer to be your one & only. If you are looking for a great companion and will give me a little time to get comfortable in my new home, fill out an application so we can meet!

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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