Calico / Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (medium coat) : : Female (spayed) : : Baby
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Sasha "Tooter" needs a caretaker or foster! Won't you consider helping her get a new start?
One-eyed baby -- all sweetness & cuddles
Sweet, people-loving kitten. All cuddles & play. Sasha (aka Tooter-bug) seeks out human attention, is very soft spoken and eager to be cuddled. She's a very curious little thing and interested in anything new, but is a little shy of dogs and loud noises. When frightened she runs for the nearest lap or set of arms to snuggle into for safety.
Sasha was brought to us on Nov. 25, 2012 with a severe umbilical hernia and an injury to her left eye & right ear. She was likely bitten by a dog when she was tiny resulting in the eye & ear injury. It's left her blind on the left side, but that doesn't slow her down! Her hernia was surgically repaired on Dec. 12, 2012 thanks to her Facebook friends' support & donations and repaired again on January 9, 2012. She is currently recovering but is ready for a family of her own. Apply Today because this little sweety will go fast!
TigeraCat Rescues considers the health & care of animals a top priority and provides top-quality veterinary care. All animals receive a 24 PetWatch Microchip ID & a 30-day gift of 24PetWatch/ShelterCare Pet Insurance upon adoption. Iowa law requires all adopted animals be kept current on routine vaccinations and be spayed/neutered when of adequate age & health. It is the adopters responsibility to provide any outstanding veterinary requirements.
Breed Disclosure: Due to the fact that most of our adoptable pets are strays, we cannot guarantee their breed. We list the pet’s breed as the one that best matches the physical appearance, temperament, and personality of the animal. The pet may also be listed as a mix when it’s actually a purebred.
About Sasha "Tooter"
Special Needs: One-eye missing, clean with warm, damp cloth as-needed. Umbilical hernia repaired twice, movement must be limited to keep her from jumping or running until February 10, 2013 to allow the tissues to heal completely and gain strength. Umbilical hernia repaired 12/12/12. Any special instructions from vet will be supplied to adopter.