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Cleveland, OH, 44124
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Kiela - Female, 3 years old (DOB 8/19/17), Calico, Polydactyl

Current on vaccinations, and have tested negative for both FIV ("Feline Immunodeficiency Virus") and FeLV (Feline Leukemia).

Kiela (Kee-luh) is a sweet and playful girl looking for a calm home to call her own! She loves to be pet more than anything, and will thank you for your attention by purring nonstop and licking your hands. She also loves to play, and enthusiastically chases the laser pointer until she is ready to be pet some more. When you are busy, Kiela has no problem keeping herself occupied by napping, looking out the window, and occasionally trying out some of her toys.  

While Kiela loves lots of things, she is not too fond of young children (fast movements can startle her) or other animals, and would do best as the only pet in a relaxed home with calm adults. She would also benefit from frequent nail trims, since the claws on her extra toes turn towards her feet.

If you want an adorable and friendly cat to share your quiet home with, Kiela is your girl!

Approx. birth date: 8/19/17

To start our adoption process, House of Mews Rescue asks that you please complete our on-line no-obligation adoption application, which is located on our website under the adopt tab at

A HOM volunteer will reach out to you to discuss your application within 24-48 hours after an application has been submitted.


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