4 month old • Female
Tabby, with white markings on legs, chest and throat.
While Mia is not the most unique looking of her two sisters (one sleek all grey and one siamese) she is nonetheless THE BOSS. She was the first to venture out of the little cat igloo that her foster mom set up for their first few nights out of the wild. She was the first to walk up to her foster mom to sniff her fingers and be petted, and, a bit later to purr. And she is definitely the one who gets the plate of wet food first and gobbles it up in no time.
Mia is tightly bonded with her sisters Zoey and Luna 19. Ideally, all three kittens would be adopted together.
Because Mia is younger than 6 months of age, it is IAR policy that she must be adopted with another kitten or into a household with a young cat (general guideline of 2 years or younger but on a case by case basis).
Mia and her two sisters were born in April under a trailer in a very rural setting. When they were old enough, a kind lady fed them daily and began socializing them (their mom was feral). In June the lady notified IAR, the kittens were gathered up and taken into foster care for continued care and socialization.
No known health problems.