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Gianna

Female Adult Domestic Short Hair

If you have any questions about Gianna, please contact Mountain Pet Rescue Asheville at pets@mpravl.org

Mountain Pet Rescue Asheville

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About Gianna

Adoption Fee: $50

Gianna has made so much progress during her time with us.  She loves her foster parents...both sets.  She completely trusts them and runs out for attention the minute they enter the room.  Gianna moved to a new foster recently, after a year with her previous foster family.  We wanted to see how quickly she would adjust to a new home and she did great!  She was very nervous the first day but even during that first day, she accepted and appreciated pets from her new foster mommy.  Only a week later, she was sharing her best bedtime purrs and snuggles with her new foster mom and after two weeks, she was even okay with her foster mom's calm but curious bigger cats sharing the bed with them.  She wants to hide when new people come into the home but she loves, loves, loves people once she settles in a bit.  She will take all the petting and love she can get, climbs into their laps and purrs non-stop.  She even gained the confidence to reach up and give loving nose bumps.  She needs a quiet forever home where she can be given all the time she needs to settle in and feel safe.  She has been fine with the resident dog in the house as well as other cats that are nice to her if she has slow introductions but she would really rather be the only cat in the house.  She should not be in a home where a cat will bully her becasue she is shy and nervous at first.

Apply to adopt to schedule a meet and greet.  She is in a foster home and that would be where the meet and greet will occur as she would be too frightened at a store event.        

She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, FELV/FIV tested (negative), microchipped and given dewormer and flea preventative.

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Details

Name
Gianna
Age
2 years, 1 months
Gender
Female
Size
Weight
4/9 - 6.7 lb
Primary Color
Brown
Secondary Color
White
Coat Pattern
Tabby
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Mountain Pet Rescue Asheville

9 Old Pisgah Highway Candler NC 28715

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