Inna is a Persian/Ragamuffin mix and is a rescue. She came from a difficult first home, her owners declawed her then brought her in to be euthanized due to litterbox issues. Luckily a nurse saw how absurd this was and rescued her.
I’ve had her for about a year and a half and have found that she is very sweet, loving, playful, and clearly adorable. She loves to have her fur brushed and loves to play. She also loves to be held and cuddled with once she knows you well.
Inna is what I would call a special needs kitty, she allegedly doesn’t do well with all other cats and needs a calm and caring home.
Her primary challenge and the reason I am looking for a new home for her is related to urinating outside of her litter boxes. This is the reason she had to be rescued in the first place and I believe it is related to the trauma of being declawed. She will urinate in furniture, specifically my couch and bed.
Inna is incredibly easy to love but apparently needs something that I cannot give her. She is still very young and has a full life ahead of her.
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