Ali is still waiting to find her forever home. Her relative Bonita was adopted several months ago and now we would love to find Ali her family too. Ali loves to play and gets along great with other cats. Shes probably do best in a home that has another cat or two. She isnt too fond of being picked up but she loves to be petted and will rub up against your legs. We know if someone would just give her a chance she would make a great addition to someones family.
Ali was one of 50 cats rescued from a horrific hoarding situation in South Allentown last May. She has come out of her shell and would love to find a home where someone will give her the time she needs to adjust on her own.
Ali is a gorgoeus torbie with browns and peaches in her coat. She is on the petite side and weighs in around 10lbs. She needs someone who has a little patience who will allow her to come around on her own. It doesnt take her long but she needs to know she can trust you. She loves to be petted and rub up against your legs. She loves to play and would do best in a home with another cat. Her ideal home would be a quiet home with no young children.
Ali is estimted to be 2-3 years old. She is already spayed, vaccinated and tested negative for Feline Leukemia and FIV. She just needs to find that special someone who will give her the chance she needs. She is a sweet cat who deserves a chance at finding her forever home.
Online Application Form All cats are up to date on vaccinations, dewormed, tested for FeLV and FIV, and are spayed or neutered if they are 5 months of age or older. Kittens adopted under the age of 5 months will come back to Itty Bitty Kitty, Inc. to be spayed or neutered as part of our adoption agreement. All adopters receive a 4lb bag of Science Diet dry food along with an adoption goodie bag for the cat or kitten they adopt. All of this care is included in our adoption fee of only $75.00!
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