This orange and white domestic shorthair is Mia. She was born about 2015. She was found wandering around downtown Frankfort with no one who would claim her. A good Samaritan brought her to LIFE House. Upon examination, it was discovered that Mia had dental issues and had to have several extractions. After her extractions, she has been much more comfortable and has no issues with eating. Mia is not aggressive towards other cats but would probably prefer to be an only cat. She seems to prefer humans to cats. She likes to play in her water bowl. As a consequence, we have ordered her very own special water bowl to keep splashing at a minimum! Please visit our website https://www.lifehouse4animals.org to learn more about this amazing pet and to see other available dogs and cats.
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