Kima is living in our Special Needs Suite, but her only "special need" is socialization. She’s a shy young lady—at least with people. She seems to get along well with other felines, as evidenced by the fact that she’s often found curled up in a cubbyhole with our shy Sheldon (the two of them are very cute together).
Kima is a small cat. Our best estimate is that she was born sometime in 2012, and she has no medical issues of which we’re aware. She’s a stunning torbie—white on all four feet, white on her chest and chin, an orange tabby left front leg and a gray tabby right front leg. Her face is primarily gray tabby with a patch of orange directly above her right eye; the rest of her coat is a mix of orange, tabby, and white.
Our Sanctuary Manager tells me that Kima can be affectionate, but she needs someone willing to take it slow with her. If you have the patience and time to devote to coaxing this young lady out of her shell, we believe you’ll find it well worth your time and effort.