Meow-Meow is a lovable and sweet eight year old girl who just wants a safe home where she can be cherished and enjoyed. She was left behind when her family moved, but a nice neighbor took care of her until she developed a leg injury that needed vet care.
That injury was actually a tumor, so the neighbor asked us to help Meow-Meow. She has now had surgery to remove her leg (and she gets around beautifully as a tripod). The vet believes she will live a full life!
Why is she named Meow-Meow? Because this sweet kitty is a bit meowy (and very purry!) She would do best in a home without young children because she can become over stimulated and will give love bites.
A kind person who adores her sponsored her adoption so there won’t be any fee to adopt her.
To adopt Meow-Meow or see other available cats and kittens, visit Cat House on the Kings.
All adoptable animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, treated for fleas and litter-box trained.
The nonprofit Cat House on the Kings is California’s largest no-cage, no-kill, lifetime cat sanctuary and adoption center.