You wouldn’t know it by looking at her now, but Mini was once roughing it on the streets as a stray. This domestic short-haired young adult cat was trapped at a feral feeding station even though she is obviously not feral. Then, as soon as she was rescued, she gave birth to four kittens. After a stay in a foster home, Mini’s kittens found homes, but Mini herself is still waiting for someone to make her a member of the family.
The folks at Arizona Friends for Life say Mini is “all lady,” a gorgeous girl who is sweet and gentle and loves when her people pet her. She also enjoys playing on her cat tree, the occasional special ice cream treat or sip of milk, and sitting in the window to bird-watch.
Mini does well with cats and with dogs who do well with cats. She tested negative for FELV/FIV, and is spayed, microchipped, house-trained and current on vaccinations.
To meet Mini, contact Friends for Life in Gilbert at (480) 497-8296 or visit www.azfriends.org online.
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