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Mon, 07/01/2013 - 23:11 -- Julian
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Adora was transferred into our care from a shelter where she was out of time. With her a skin condition and bad attitude, the shelter environment was not great for her. So, she came to Kingston Animal Rescue, where her very patient foster was able to help Adora feel more comfortable.

We got her on a special veterinary diet to help with her skin, related to allergies and her sensitive stomach, as she is prone to constipation when stressed. Once she started to feel better, she started (very slowly) warming up to her foster. What started as hiding and hissing, turned into allowing head scratches. Now, Adora's foster can't sit down without her dancing at his feet and listening to the purr machine roar!

The perfect household for Adora will keep her on her special diet and monitor her allergies for flare ups. She is spayed, health checked, microchipped and fully vaccinated. She gets along alright with the other cat and large dog in her household, but in a perfect world, Adora could be the only pet, soaking up all the love and attention she deserves. She is very shy at the start, so she also needs someone with patience and dedication to going slow until Adora feels at home.

More about Adora
Animal ID:21-033
Breed:Domestic Medium Hair
Age:11 years 5 months
Spayed or Neutered?:Yes
Location:Foster Home