Adoptable Pet of the Week


My name is Fiona and I am finally on the way to the life I deserve. I am a beautiful dilute tortoiseshell mom of four. In fact, I was bred twice in the last few months because my owner was looking for a particular color of kitten. I guess none of them were up to par in her mind. Great for me because I landed at RESQCATS with my latest litter. You know it is tough raising two families of kittens back to back. I have been a loving, sweet mom and cared for my babies like moms do. Now, it is my time to find someone to appreciate and love me forever. I am gentle and kind. I have a soft personality in addition to being soft to the touch.


You may also want to know that my vet exam was perfect and my Felv/FIV test was negative. My fecal exam was negative and I have been wormed and vaccinated. And finally, I am spayed so no more kittens for me. Oh yeah, I have a microchip, too, but RESQCATS will register that for you. You will be much too busy loving me when we go home together to remember to do that.

I am ready now! My number is (805) 563-9424. Call me and we can arrange some time to meet and spend together. Looking forward to it!

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