DENIM – A1102808
Safe - 2-8-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 2/8/17 Denim is a shy kitty who would love nothing more than to find the perfect place to call home. This beautiful tortie has wide eyes around strangers, but we think she would be just fine in a home environment with kitty parents who can give her the understanding and time she needs to explore on her own and adjust to her new life.
Denim – A1102808, 3 Years Old, Tortoiseshell DSH, Female, 8.4 lbs, Stray 02/03/17
Curled up in a small spot between litter box and side wall of kennel, head up, big eyes, watching as I talk to her from the front. Doesn’t move when I open cage door and slowly approach. She doesn’t move but allows petting all over, warms up with the attention, a little anxious, but sweet, social and friendly, pulls forward some and eats some chicken offered. Really likes a catnip-and-silvervine-infused plush toy I offer, starts playing with that. Lets me pick up and hold, body tense while held and wanted to be returned to cage. Went right back to playing with toy. Seems much too slender for her frame. Beautiful tortie, sweet, should go to adoptions.
mild dental tartar
intact female–shaved, no scar
approx 3 year old
no parasites seen
heart and lung wnl
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