Ali is a female DSH grey and white kitten with white boots and bib. Born mid July 2012, she’s still young and is as sweet as can be.
She was found as a stray and was fostered after being spayed to help her gain confidence about people and her new surroundings.
She is a total lap cat, a surprising gift in one so young. Her foster mom has this to say about her:
Ali is a little sweetheart. She’s a bit shy at first, but will adjust to the situation. She loves playing and being cuddled, whether it’s with our 8 & 5 year olds or the 2 cats that roam the house.
She tolerates sniffs from the big, black Rottweiler, but her favorite spot seems to be on foster Dad’s tummy watching (sleeping through) football or a movie. If you’re not careful, she might even steal a piece of popcorn
Her copper-rimmed eyes are her most stunning feature. As she stares intently at you, it’s like looking at a piece of art, trying to figure out how the arrangement of colors came to be.
Meeting her in person will answer all those questions you have of whether or not she’s right for your family. Don’t hesitate, it will be worth the trip.
You can meet Ali and her feline friends at the Coronado ACF any day between 9:00am and 4:00pm (except holidays).
I you have any questions, please contact the Cat Adoption Team.