Adopted Aug 19, 2012
Age: 13 Weeks
Breed: Domestic Short Hair; Black and White
Spay/Neutered: Not old enough
Other vet care: Anti parisitic medicine
Temperament: Friendly and affectionate
Other information: Being fostered in a multi-pet house hold
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Zora’s arrival at a PFA foster home came after a tragedy befell an older woman. The mother cat to Zora and her litter mates suddenly died with no explanation and though the woman wanted to keep the kittens, her living situation didn’t allow for it.
Zora is now settling into a kitten foster home and learning her way around a home filled with kittens of all ages. She is a little unsure of the resident dog, but this dog has won the hearts of 80 foster cats over the past several years and is great at making new fosters feel safe and at ease.
Play time with her litter mates is at the top of Zora's "to do" list. When the wrestling and chasing games are over, the kittens all curl up together for some quiet nap time. Zora is a very affectionate little girl, and loves giving her foster mom "kisses" and nose rubs along with sitting on her shoulder and watching tv or reading a book. For sure a petit kitty, Zora has a large purr that is wonderful to listen and relax to after a long day of work.
If you are interested in Zora, click here for our adoption contract and email PFA adoption coordinator Alanna at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Please note that sterilization at the age of 6 months is a condition of adopting kittens through People for Animals.
Adoption fee: $25
All adoption fees and sponsorship donations contribute towards veterinary care and other costs associated with caring for People for Animals rescued cats and kittens.