MAIA – 16685
Safe - 12-27-2017 Manhattan Rescue: Happy Homes Please honor your pledges: http://www.happyhomesinc.org/
*** SAFE 12/27/17 *** MAIA came in with her brother MIKE (also listed). She, like MIKE, is 3 months old. According to the ACC she has a heart murmur and part of one of her front legs is missing due to either amputation or deformity. MAIA doesn’t let any of this get her down! “She was purring and kneading and was overall very affectionate.” Help little MAIA find a home tonight!
*Heart murmur and a congenital deformity to front leg*
Hello, my name is Maia. My animal id is #16685. I am a female tortoiseshell kitten at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 3 months old. – P
I came into the shelter as a owner surrender on 21-Dec-2017, with the surrender reason stated as not a fit – too many animals already.
Maia is at risk due to medical conditions. She has an Upper Respiratory Infection as well as a heart murmur and a congenital deformity to front leg. There are no behavior concerns for her at this time.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 3.3 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 1. Green
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