Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (short coat) : : Female (spayed) : : Adult : : Medium
Contact Cosima's Caretaker/Foster Directly: Caroline (Caroline.St.Clair@gmail.com)
Cosima is a sweet, fun-loving 1.5 year old girl with a sparkling and active personality. She has strikingly beautiful tri-color calico markings and huge green eyes. And this girl LOVES to play! She'll toss and chase toys all over the house. Cosima is talkative and high-spirited, and she likes people. She wants to know where you are and what you're doing! (thought she is shy at first around new people, as most cats are). See the short video attached. She's also quite the connoisseur of cat nip. Cosima came into foster care with three kittens who she took wonderful care of until they were old enough to be adopted. Now it's her turn to find a loving forever home, and she will be a wonderful companion for anyone.
Cosima seems to be fine with other cats, and probably would be ok with dogs after some get-to-know you time. I think she would be a good only cat, too. She is spayed, micro-chipped, and has all her vaccines. Cosima is currently in private care at Kitten School foster home located 5 miles south of downtown Orlando. Reach out to this kitty’s foster mom to schedule a time to come meet her and other available cats and kittens!
I’m already in Love! How do I meet this kitty? ****IMPORTANT***Reach out DIRECTLY via TEXT to foster mom Caroline at 407-340-7668, or email Caroline.St.Clair@gmail.com
Adoption details: This foster kitty is in a private home 5 miles south of downtown Orlando. Visits with mask/social distance can be arranged OR meeting through video chat. All Kitten School foster cats are adopted through Orange County Animal Services (OCAS). Adopters will complete an OCAS application over the phone prior to taking their kitty home.
Adoption Fee: $40 (or less as OCAS often runs adoption specials) This includes: spay/neuter, basic vaccinations, de-worming, FIV testing, and microchip.
Additional Adoption Notes: OCAS and Kindness for Cats are vehemently opposed to declawing cats. Any cat or kitten adopted through us must not be declawed. Adoptions are first come, first serve based on eligibility. Please make sure you are certain that having a cat or kitten will suit your lifestyle before adopting; it is not fair to the animals who are returned due to circumstances that should have been foreseen, such as allergies, roommate issues, or landlord issues.
Video of Cosima: