FAYZA – A0904357
Safe - 1-15-2017 Staten Island
2 Kitties Just came in – DECLAWED – Need Placement by 6 Pm or will go to Quarantine. These bonded sisters are a sweet pair just surrendered because the child is allergic.
Staten Island Center
*RETURN & DECLAWED* BONDED WITH SISTER
A0904357 – Fayza – 6 yr spayed black/white
Nervous,but allowed handling
No fleas seen
Kalel is a 6 year old spayed female DSH that has no past or current medical issues that the owner is aware of. Kalel is front declawed. Owner has had her for 5 years but had to surrender due to allergies.
According to the owner, around strangers Kalel usually will keep to herself but once comfortable, they are friendly and outgoing. She has been around 18 month old children & was relaxed and respectful around them. Owner had another cat in the home & stated that Kalel would follow the other cat around and they would snuggle together. Owner’s friend had a small dog that came into owners home one time and stated that Kalel went to hide the whole time.
Kalel is not bothered about being in a car, having her cat brushed, and being picked up/held. Kalel will struggle to run away when owner would try to bathe her or put her into a carrier. Owner has never tried to trim her nails on her back legs so owner is unknown.
For a New Family to Know:
Kalel is described as friendly, affectionate, mellow and quiet. She has a low activity level and will only play with laser pointers in the home. In the home, Kalel would either follow the owner around or be in her favorite spot depending on her mood. Kalel was kept indoors only & is litter box trained. In the home, owner had a hooded litter box with clumping litter. Owner did not have a scathing post due to animal being declawed. In the home, owner fed Kalel dry food only brand name Purina.
Came in With
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