Mimi was rescued from the roof of a lobby of an apartment building after being trapped there for more than two weeks. She has mixed black and orange on the back and back of her head, like dark chocolate and toffee swirls. The colors are less saturated on the two sides, mixed with some whites, like a frosted reed field. Her neck and belly are snow white. She has pink paw pads, pale golden irises, and a fluffy ringed tail. Her voice varies depending on the context.
Mimi is strong and sweet. She will get onto your bed to sleep by your side if she is permitted to do so. She likes being petted on her butt when she is in a good mood. She also loves head massages and will send her head into your hands when she wants more. She does not like her feet, legs, and rear end being touched. Mimi is okay with hugging and being carried like a baby, but she will protest if the hug is uncomfortable. Mimi is okay with the EquiGroomer. She cleans her body rigorously every day.
Mimi loves chilling against quiet and smooth background music. She has superior listening. Sitting in another room, she can tell by the sound that the human is opening the cabinet with her food. She likes bread even though she should not have any. She has not shown any interest in any veggies or fruits except boiled edamame. Mimi likes milk, and she can have lactose-free low-fat milk with no digestive issues. She usually poops twice a day, one in the early morning and one in the afternoon, and pees three times or more depending on her water intake. She has good skills in burying her litter.
Mimi is super independent and seldom disturbs you or makes a mess. She might steal food waste from your garbage if you forget to empty it before you sleep. She understands that something she does is wrong once she is warned verbally. But she might do it again in front of you in case she misunderstood.
She has tested positive for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). FIV is not a big deal; given proper care and attention, an FIV+ cat will live the same lifespan as an FIV negative cat. The disease is extremely hard to transmit from cat to cat, requiring direct blood contact (typically from a deep puncture wound). It is not transmissable to humans. Click here for a basic FAQ about FIV. If you’d like to read a much more detailed and comprehensive FAQ about FIV, we recommend this site.
Spayed/Neutered - Vaccinated - Dewormed - Treated for Fleas
Tested for FeLV and FIV (cats and kittens only) - Microchipped
Kitten Rescue is located in Los Angeles, CA and we only adopt animals to homes in the greater Los Angeles area.
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