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Domestic Shorthair
Picture of Kitt-Katt, a female Domestic Shorthair

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Age: 11 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 8 lbs.

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Black-Katt, kitty-katt

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-extra toe(s) -cat rescue

April 1st 2005


to be held, petted and loved.

another cat coming up behind her

Favorite Toy:
furry mice and catnip

Favorite Nap Spot:
in a box on a blanket

Favorite Food:
on special diet...Science Diet Hairball Adult

just being very sweet and very cuddley...she acts as if her and i are old friends.


Arrival Story:
She came to me a couple of weeks ago. A person up North, next door to where her former owners lived, and moved out...not taking her or her 3 kittens, had been feeding her and her 3 kittens all summer. She had 2 female kittens and 1 male kitten. The male disappeared about 2 weeks prior...the lady thinks Coyotes got him. This nice lady could not keep the mom and 2 daughters because her cats would not accept them in the house. It was getting cold out and she didn't have a shelter for them, so she started calling all the rescue places, SPCA's...etc....but no one would take them. They were all full (imagine that...can you say 'spay & neuter'??!!!!) So, in desperation, she started to drive to all shelters and Vet's offices in hopes that someone would take them. She stopped into our Hospital with a box and the 3 of them in it. They were beautiful!!!!! And sooooo friendly!!!!!!!!!!!!! Mom is an all black shorthair, many toes front and both daughters do too. Daughters are longhaired torties....and all have the best dispositions i have seen. Mom acted like she has known me in a former life....she clung to me and wouldn't go to anyone else. OK, i guess i have another kitty!

Dr C took the 2 daughters for his friend....they receintly lost their cat to old they have a home too! All were spayed, tested, vaccinated, dewormed, de-earmitted, and defleaed. All had fleas, earmites, worms and Mom, because of her multi-toes in the front (9 each front paw), had an ingrown claw embedded into the pad on one foot that was severly infected. We removed both these claws to prevent this from happening again. The daughters didn't have this problem...only 7 toes each front foot. Yet again another case of rotten owners moving and abandoning their pets.....some people should never be allowed to have animals! These kind of people make me Ill! I don't care who likes it...but I am totally for neutering your pets!!!!!!! And I think breeders should be limited to how many cats they can produce per year, made responsible for neutering any kittens they sell....and made to get a license to breed, charged a hefty price for the license...with that money going back into Spay-Neuter-Trap programs and rescue orginazations! A breeder should be held responsible for what they produce and for what they are contributing to the already stressed cat population! If anybody out there don't like what I just printed....To Dam Bad!!!!!!!!!!!!

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