Breed: American Shorthaired
Estimated Age: 5 years
Litter Box Manners:
Fastidious litter box user
I need at least weekly brushing
Sociability with Cats:
Likes cats, very social
Friendly and social
It only takes one look at Vida’s inquisitive eyes and impish grin to understand that this gal has character! When Vida arrived at the Humane Society, she had a wound in her tummy that was stitched up and fixed before she was placed for adoption. Vida was adopted, but…her incision opened, so her adopters opted to return her instead of care for her. All we can say is what a huge loss for them, gain for us, and a HUGE win for the forever family that we know is out there for this sweet girl!
Poor Vida was sporting the dreaded cone of shame when she joined RESCUE’s family. This fact did not deter this active and very curious girl from exploring her new surroundings even though she was running into all sorts of objects with her cone! To say she was happy when her cone came off is an understatement! Free of the cone, we discovered Vida’s love of climbing as she scaled the many kitty condos available to her until she reached the upper-most platform. It might’ve been while we were admiring Vida's climbing abilities that we noticed Vida has huge feet, something that no doubt helps with her climbing endeavors! Another endearing characteristic of this sweet gal!
Vida is incredibly affectionate, happy to accept your attention while being held in your arms or snuggled in your lap! She loves being petted and enjoys being brushed. Vida’s affections extend to other friendly felines and the many toys she enjoys playing with!
Vida has been on quite the journey but we are confident that only the happiest of days are ahead of this girl…and that’s exactly what someone as sweet and charismatic as her deserves!
Vida came in to the Humane Society in 11/2018 with wounds to her tummy. These were fixed, she was placed up for adoption. She was adopted for a week but her incision opened, so they returned her. The wound was cleaned and repaired again. RESCUE stepped in to continue her care.