Miss Kitty

Miss Kitty

Meet Miss Kitty!

MISS KITTY

Meet Miss Kitty! This lovely 2 year old young lady is as curious and confident as they come, but she hasn’t always been this way. This poor doll was very scared when she first arrived at HSKC as a stray who was about to give birth. The staff did everything in their power to make her as comfortable as possible as she welcomed her new babies into the world. How frightful that must have been for this poor momma girl. Miss. Kitty has been a wonderful mother to her babies and they currently are all settled into a foster home until they are of age and find their own forever homes. This leaves poor Miss Kitty all alone once again. Over the last few months the staff and volunteers have worked diligently with her to help her come out of her shell and not feel so alone. Now the social butterfly in her has bloomed.

Miss Kitty is very beautiful with classic all black shiny fur and a little dash of white on her chest. She also has long whiskers that fan out around her cheeks and frame her beautiful face.  She is very playful and will chat with you in several unique meows, trills, and purrs.  She loves to spend her afternoons curled up on a window seat watching cars drive by.

Miss Kitty loves the attention of older cats more her own age or calm dogs that are happy doing their own thing and will give her her own space. She enjoys the company of children as well, but with her sassy purr-sonality she may do better in a home with older children. She could also be the purr-fect emotional support kitty for dorm living. As long as she has her own cat bed and plenty of fluffy cat toys she will be in kitty heaven.

Miss Kitty…sophisticated on the outside and giggly on the inside. What’s not to love about her!

Written by Brittany Fox (Administrative and Outreach Manager)

Photo by Eric Reynolds (Animal Control Supervisor)

For more information about Miss Kitty and our other adoptable pets, visit our adoption website – and adoption applications can be filled out and submitted online to speed the adoption process!  The HSKC Shelter is open Mondays-Saturdays 11am-4pm.  Reach out to us at 410-778-3648 or email info@kenthumane.org