– THESE CATS ARE NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; PLEASE CONTACT BRITTA AT EMAIL BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION –
It is my pleasure to introduce you to Kit! Kit is an 11 year young lady looking for a worthy forever home. Her owner was recently admitted to a permanent care facility and little Kit (genuinely little, this lady is a small kitty) has been left out in the cold. Currently she is being a model houseguest while staying with friends but would really prefer to be Queen of her own castle. Kit is an incredibly laid back cat who loves affection from people but is not particularly needy or vocal. She does not seem to be very stressed out by other animals being around her but she makes it clear if they get too close they are not welcome in her bubble. She has excellent manners and uses her litter box consistently and has not scratched or damaged any furniture.
Kit is a gorgeous petite long-haired lady with a black and white coat. Her dark fur is a vibrant maroon color when she lounges in the sun. Her markings look an awful lot like Batman’s mask so we are petitioning for ‘Batman’ to be her middle name. At some point in her life she sustained a tail injury that has left a really cute kink in her tail that she has a habit of wagging like a dog when she is pleased.
We have deduced that Kit has had a rough year with her owners declining health and was not cared for as well as she deserves, as a result she is currently underweight. She has recently been seen at the North Portland VCA and was diagnosed with a urinary tract infection and an overactive thyroid. She has just finished her antibiotics and seems to be feeling much better; she is a good sport about taking her thyroid medication. Her appetite has been great and she is currently gaining weight but will need to be in a home that can support her recovery with lots of tasty treats to get her up to her fighting weight. As previously mentioned Kit also has an overactive thyroid, which means she will need a daily pill indefinitely. The Pixie Project has very generously offered to supply this medication for Kit’s first year in her new home.
If you would like to meet Kit she is available for social calls and waiting to get to know her new family! Please contact her hosts at (503)358-5225 or email BrittaTremblay@gmail.com.