3 month old • Female
Kippie is a bright orange short haired tabby female kitten.
Kippie is suffering with inward turning eyelashes, which will be resolved and the cost covered by IAR once she is a little older.
She also has a leg injury which is being dealt with.
In the meantime, she would love a home where she could be cared for and enjoyed, preferably with her sister, Purry Too.
Kippie is a little shy but likes to be stroked. She has had a bad start physically, and may be afraid of being hurt, but she plays happily with other kittens and is a gentle girl. Kippie is bonded to her sister, Purry Too, and they should be adopted together.
Because Kippie 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).
Kippie and her sister, Purry Too, were brought into IAR as strays.
Kippie has a broken leg which is healing and limited eye sight.
Kippie is in otherwise good health.