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Nina [PF]   

In shelter Cat

Santa Fe, NM, 87501
Pet name:
Nina [PF]
Domestic Short Hair
Due to her unpredictable personality, This CAT is a member of our Permanent Foster program, and is happily living in a foster home willing to care for her. If you would like to help with the cost of care for cats in this program, please consider becoming a "godpurrent." For as little as $25 per month, you can help provide veterinary care and food for a special needs cat. Donations can be made by regular mail or online using Paypal.

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HISTORY: NINA 2 and her littermates NAAZ, NABILA, NADIA 2, NADIRA, and NILS were rescued with their mother from a feral cat colony in Santa Fe during one of our Trap, Neuter & Release (TNR) operations. While the mama was spayed and returned to the colony, the kittens showed promise for becoming social and adoptable and indeed NADIA, NADIRA and NILS have been adopted. 
TEMPERAMENT: NINA 2 is now a lovely young adult who is playful and social on her terms. NINA is best suited for an adult home. She would be a good companion for a young male, but would also be happy as the only cat. NINA 2 is a beautiful girl with a short, mostly-white coat and brown tabby patches on her forehead, back and tail. 
AGE: born approx. 4/30/13 
MICROCHIP #: 981020009557753 
VAX RECORD: Rabies: exp. 08/15/25; FVRCP: exp. 12/5/21 
FELV/FIV test: 8/22/13,; neg 

[Santa Fe Animal Svcs. Permit #22-001]


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