Kiki, about 3 several years outdated, quickly became homeless when her caregiver wanted to go into assisted living. Luckily, the SPCA of the Triad experienced area to just take her into its application, but as you can consider it’s quite a modify for Kiki to be in a noisy, fast paced shelter vs . a tranquil, tranquil household. Even with acquiring her existence turned upside down Kiki is progressively modifying and her affectionate temperament is emerging. She enjoys awareness, petting and snuggling. Kiki does not like to be picked up, but that is correct of quite a few cats. Kiki is a gentle, non-aggressive cat and is coexisting with other cats at the rescue. So, with sluggish and mindful introductions she could possibly do properly with yet another mild and quick-going feline companion. She would be just as happy as someone’s cherished only pet. Provided her mild nature and earlier tranquil residence surroundings, Kiki would not do very well with an lively family with kids. She would be an excellent companion for a solitary individual or few with a quiet way of living. As Kiki is a longhaired cat with a thick coat, she is going to have to have frequent, mild brushing/combing to protect against agonizing tangles and matting and keep her coat in excellent situation. On the other hand, these grooming periods will be a wonderful way to bond with her! Her adoption fee is $85. For information and facts, simply call 336-375-3222 or take a look at www.triadspca.org.