Kiki, about 3 yrs aged, suddenly grew to become homeless when her caregiver desired to go into assisted dwelling. The good thing is, the SPCA of the Triad had home to take her into its plan, but as you can imagine it’s quite a improve for Kiki to be in a noisy, chaotic shelter as opposed to a tranquil, peaceful house. In spite of getting her lifestyle turned upside down Kiki is step by step adjusting and her affectionate individuality is rising. She enjoys attention, petting and snuggling. Kiki does not like to be picked up, but that is true of a lot of cats. Kiki is a gentle, non-aggressive cat and is coexisting with other cats at the rescue. So, with slow and very careful introductions she could do effectively with one more mild and straightforward-going feline companion. She would be just as pleased as someone’s cherished only pet. Supplied her light nature and previously quiet house ecosystem, Kiki would not do nicely with an lively family with small children. She would be an suitable companion for a single individual or few with a quiet life-style. As Kiki is a longhaired cat with a thick coat, she is going to have to have standard, light brushing/combing to reduce painful tangles and matting and hold her coat in excellent condition. Having said that, these grooming periods will be a terrific way to bond with her! Her adoption charge is $85. For info, connect with 336-375-3222 or check out www.triadspca.org.