I'm currently fostering a lost cat found in central Tacoma on July 13. Attempts to locate her owner have been exhausted and unsuccessful.
I've brought her in for a health screening and to start a new history of vaccinations. Vet estimates she is between 1-2 y/o. FIV-Neg!
She was found the week after July 4th fireworks near Cheney stadium. (She is fearful of fireworks).
She is very sweet and likes to explore. She does however show signs of past stress and anxiety surrounding other cats, so we recommend being an only cat, or a slow introduction. She had spots on her belly from over-grooming which have been healing up since bringing her inside to a safe environment.
She did not have a microchip. She is however fixed, and was declawed by her prior owner. So she should be indoor only.
I unfortunately cannot take on another cat for long term, so looking to foster her until we can find her a home or another foster. She remains isolated from my cats to keep her stress level down.
She has the sweetest little chirp. Flops on her back to expose her pink chonky belly! Not shy around people.
We haven't named her yet. Just calling her "kitty cat", as we have been hopeful to find her owner. Vet suspects she was dumped as we have exhausted all avenues to find her prior home.
She will be a loving kitty to you and your family. She would be good with small kids or elderly as she's not overly rambunctious, but will still engage in play with you.
She's a sweetie. Please reach out for any other questions!
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