Adopted Jan 18, 2013

People for Animals is a local street rescue charity.


Gender: Female
Age: 15 weeks
Breed: Domestic Short Hair; Torti
Spay/Neutered: Not old enough
Vaccinations: FRCP
Other vet care: Anti parisitic medicine
Temperament: Out going and affectionate
Other information: Being fostered in a multi cat household


Mira was recently rescued when PFA became aware of the fact that Mira, her mom, and her 5 siblings were no longer wanted and were being sent to a farm. Thanks to the quick action of some volunteers, PFA was able to rescue the feline family and they are now happily waiting for their forever home to come adopt them.

This little doll is all about the cuddles. She loves to be with her foster mom and can't get enough pets and snuggles and naturally, her soft fur and her purr makes it really easy to curl up with Mira.

When she's not getting all the affection she can, Mira is wrestling with her 5 siblings or playing with anything she can turn into a toy. Mira gets along very well with the other foster cats in her foster home and is currently being introduced to a black Lab puppy which is currently going well.

If you are interested in Mira,click here to view our adoption contract and click here to complete an adoption application or email PFA adoption coordinator Alanna at abanana71@gmail.com 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: $40

All adoption fees and sponsorship donations contribute towards veterinary care and other costs associated with caring for People for Animals rescued cats and kittens.