I believe this sweet girl was abandoned or never really had a real home. I noticed she was hanging around my friend's house, but was sweet and trusting enough to come up and get pets. She was very hungry and thirsty. No one was claiming her, so I took her home. She was probably just under a year old in when we found her in October 2018, but we thought she was pregnant. Turned out she actually had a uterine infection! She was low on energy and skinny too. So, it is good thing I took her when I did, because she could have died!
Now she's done a 180! She's soooo loving and wants all your attention. She's not a fan of other cats. I think it's because she was having to defend herself out there on the streets and she's not a very big girl. However, she doesn't mind the dogs, as long as they are quiet or gentle, and actually tries to play with our small dog.
She spunky and gives love bites, especially if you stopped petting her and she thinks you're walking away. She needs a quiet, loving, understanding home that knows cats and has the time and patience to give her.
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The Yolo County SPCA is a nonprofit foster home based organization located in Yolo County California.
All of our felines have been spayed/neutered, microchipped, FeLV tested, and vaccinated prior to adoption. Kittens have received at least one FVRCP and adults are up-to-date on vaccines. The fee to adopt is $90 for kittens ($135 for a pair) or $60 for adult cats over 1 year ($90 for a pair).
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