Kandy was a year old, feral stray caught in Harrisburg summer of 2020. She was pregnant and had 3 babies which were adopted. Kandy was a very attentive momma cat to her babies, but she was very skittish and timid around people. She has been living in a foster home for past year and she is starting to trust and be comfortable around people. She has shown much progress and has allowed herself to be held and petted for brief periods. She will continue to blossom in a home with a people who are interested in socializing her, and continuing to make her feel safe. She LOVES other cats and has formed multiple affectionate relationships with other cats in the foster home with mutual grooming and cuddling. She would blossom best in a home with other companion animals and/or multiple cats. Her personality is passive and she is submissive to alpha cats.
Kandy’s adoption donation is $90 which includes age-appropriate vaccines, dewormer, flea treatment, Felv/FIV testing (negative) , spay and microchip.
If you would like more information on Kandy please contact Cindi at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to fill out an online application, please visit https://alovingcarecatrescue.org/adoptionapplication.html
Please note: LCCR does not allow our adopted cats and kittens to be declawed. All adopted kitties are to be kept as indoor-only pets.
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