Kimba (FCID# 05/07/2021 - 108)   

In shelter Cat

Greenville, Delaware, 19710
Domestic Short Hair
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Kimba (FCID# 05/07/2021 - 108)
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My name is Kimba (the white lion) (FCID# 05/07/2021 - 108). My foster mom calls me her lion because of the size of my paws. They are huge!! I am a beautiful white cat who has had rough life, but I am ready for a forever home.  Let me sniff your hand so I know who you are.  In return, for your head pets and chin scratches, I will reward you with lots of purrs and biscuits. I love just laying next to my foster mom and accepting all the love she will give me. I have had many conversations with the other cats who live here but have not yet met them. They watch me from afar. I am a very active boy and like to move the toys in my room to new locations. I have a great appetite and love my treats as well. I am a big boy, weighing 13 pounds. They tell me that I am 5-8 years old.  My foster brother Hugo (FCID# 03/18/2021 - 40) is at our adoption center in the West Chester Pet Supplies Plus.  I am with my foster family, receiving lots of pets and chin scratches.  Both of us are FIV+.  PLease check out the quick facts sheet.  Please submit our no-obligation adoption application to meet me or to adopt me:   https://fo you!  Love, Kimba.  (Foster:  Deb F.)


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