Vet receipts, canned and dry food, litter and litter boxes, a soft side carrier, toys.
Mia is one of the most intelligent animals I've ever known; she's very smart and also intuitive. She prefers a quiet home and isn't inclined to be around other cats. She's a bit of a princess, but deservedly so.
I don't know what her life was like before I adopted her, but I suspect it wasn't kind. She can be a bit skittish when she's uncomfortable - but I think that's not uncommon among cats who were left in a shelter.
I've done my best by her, but believe that she now needs to be in a place where people are at home, and not with someone that has to move cross country again and again.
I can't and won't take her to a shelter, she deserves a loving home and I can't bear the thought of leaving her in anywhere but a loving environment.
Mia is both playful and reserved. She's exceptionally beautiful and very smart.
It may sound strange, but there's part of me that believes that I rescued her from the shelter to provide a safe space while her forever friends were waiting for her to arrive.
We have a funny daily treat toss routine, an old shoe string is her favorite toy and her facial expressions are one of a kind.
Created On: 04-13-2019
Updated On: 04-13-2019