"Violet" was living in an outdoor cat colony due to the property owner not spaying their original friendly, female cat, who was forced to live outside. "Violet" & her 2 sisters (who were not given human affection) were the first litter from 2019 for that female cat. By the time Clermont Pets Alive learned of the situation in 2020, there were 7 recently weaned kittens. The property owner claimed she wanted help and was grateful that we could take all the 11 kittens, but they wanted to keep the original female cat, which we TNR'd that kitty back to the property owner. With 1 last kitten from 2020 litter left to trap, the property owner refused to allow our Trapper to help that last kitten, who not being altered will likely rebuild the colony we worked so hard to prevent. We had a Foster for that kitten, but without permission from the property owner, that poor kitten is doomed to a very dismal and most likely shortened lifespan, while reproducing. But we did make a difference for the 10 kittens that are now in loving homes & prevented the original female cat from having more babies. Because the kitties were deprived human affection & forced to live outdoors, they had to resort to survival instincts, where everyone and everything may kill you. They all had to learn that humans would not hurt them, but thanks to our Fosters' help, their survival instincts were put aside and now they are very happy to be safely indoors where they have a reliable food source and humans to love them.
"Violet" is a sweetheart who is very affectionate. She is very playful and very loving. "Violet" jumps very high to catch the feather from the string toy, she seems to have springs in her feet! "Violet" LOVES back rubs and her purrs are proof! She also gets along well with other kitties. "Violet" is a very special kitty who is sure to bring lots of love and happiness to her Forever Family.
Adoption fee includes spay/neuter, age appropriate vaccinations, microchip, test for feline leukemia, de-worming, de-fleaing, etc.
To Adopt: www.CPAAdopt.org or Text/Call Anita at 513-317-3343