2 year old • Female
Korimako is a short-haired calitabby girl with a grey stripy face and a patch of orange right in the middle of her forehead.
Korimako is one of four newborn kittens rescued with nursing mom Kiwi. The Kiwi Kittens were fostered with their mom until they weaned, and now they’re healthy and independent and ready for their forever homes.<br />Korimako is the Maori name for the New Zealand Bellbird, famous for its dawn chorus of birdsong. Explorer James Cook called the Korimako “like small bells most exquisitely tuned.” What a great description of Kitten Kori, the smallest of her litter and the only girl.<br />Korimako does great with the dogs, young adult cats, and teenagers in her foster home. She and brother Moa are a bonded pair and they hope to find a loving home together.
Found with mom and siblings under a parked car in Wendell.