Darling Nikki came to us with a group of cats by the local metro parks. She was one of the adults that presented friendly pretty much from the start. She came in with a litter of her own kittens, and some other adult females and their kittens. They had co-raised these kittens. Some of the cats had to return to their outdoor home to live their best life once they were fixed.? She was a female that was likely somebody’s pet at one time, and was abandoned at the park on fixed.
She loves to get pets, and loves to play! Sometimes you would think she’s still a kitten. Although you can pick her up, she is still a little bit nervous about that part. She would likely do good in a home with older children or adults. So she would probably adapt to pretty much any home environment.??
Don’t let her grumpy Gus face for you. She is a very sweet gal!
Want to meet her???
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