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Nina - female   

In shelter Cat

Little Rock, AR, 72202
Pet name:
Nina - female
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Date:
04/03/2022
Size:
Medium
Age:
Baby
Description:
*WE ARE UNABLE TO ADOPT TO ANYONE IN MA, DUE TO MA STATE LAWS*
NAME: NINA
BREED: DOMESTIC SHORT HAIR: Gray Tabby
BIRTH DATE: 8/9/2021
THIS CAT IS LOCATED IN CENTRAL ARKANSAS. TRANSPORT TO CT AREA IS ONCE PER WEEK, WEATHER PERMITTING, FOR AN ADDITIONAL $75.00 VIA AN INDEPENDENT TRANSPORT COMPANY.
ADOPTION FEE: ($100. IN AR); $175. IN NEW ENGLAND (75. IS FOR A REQUIRED USDA CERTIFIED HEALTH CERT TO TRAVEL OUT OF STATE).
*THIS CAT IS NOT HYPOALERGENIC*
LITTER BOX TRAINED: Yes
ADOPTION INCLUDES: ALL vaccines, dewormed, 30-day topical prevention monthly, FIV/Felv test (NEG), spayed, rabies vaccines and microchip.
GETS ALONG WITH OTHER CATS/DOGS? NINA is acclimated to cat friendly cats, although slow, gradual introductions are always needed when meeting new friends! The foster home has an aged/blind/deaf cat which NINA gets along with well. The foster home does not have dogs but NINA, given time and the proper introduction, probably would do well
especially with a small dog.
CHILDREN? NINA has never been around small children under 7, but has been introduced to teenagers and acted well with them. Her foster parents have made a concerted effort for NINA to get used to being with people. To make sure that NINA is well socialized, not only has his foster parents but others have held, petted and handled NINA making sure she is accustomed to being petted on her ears, head, back, stomach, feet and tail. The people at the veterinarians office are quite impressed with how easy working with NINA is.
SPECIAL NEEDS: N/A
BIO: NINA, meaning little girl, started out with the name, One Nina. NINA was the one and only girl of a litter of 5 born on August 9, 2021. In addition, NINA was, and still is, the
smallest of the litter. NINA is, however, also the most playful, most inquisitive of the litter. Although she was the only girl, she would wrestle her bigger brothers and especially likes to do the touch, youre it game with her other-tabby brother. NINA will stalk down a prey (popsicle stick; clothes pin) and although it tries to escape (she tosses it around like they
are dancing), NINA finally will subdue it, only to have the prey try to escape again. NINA is quite content to play this game over and over until finally she will cover the prey (put it

under the rug) until later. NINA has this funny way of tilting her head from side to side when she is trying to figure out something. NINA never tires of trying to find out where the water
that goes down a drain is hiding or why there is a need to run water into the washing machine. NINA wants to know what is under a cabinet, behind a cabinet or in a drawer.
Like her mama, NINA likes to play the piano but does need lessons. She doesnt care for sports or mysteries very much but NINA does like to watch nature shows and dont be
surprised if NINA tries to catch an eagle or a whale. NINA is more and more becoming a lap cat, that is, when she is not playing or being inquisitive, or being in her room eating or
sleeping.

OUT OF STATE/OUT OF AREA? We transport to CT once per week, weather permitting. Otherwise we do not arrange transport or ship. Please be willing and able to make plans to personally acquire this pet.
CONTACT INFO: CatsLivesAreWorthSaving@gmail.com
To make the best possible match for you & the pet, please use this link or click on adopt, which will take you to the online adoption questionnaire:
https://awo.petstablished.com/adoptions/personal-information?application_type=Adopt&pet_id=1128083
After your questionnaire has been processed, well be in contact. We cannot proceed with a meet and greet without this form.
CLAWS IS 100% VOLUNTEER, FOSTER HOME BASED; PLEASE ALLOW US A FEW DAYS TO RESPOND.
*CLAWS reserves the right to deny any application for any reason.

Location


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