SPOT THE KITTEN!. . . Which you can’t, as it’s Xena the adoptable kitten on a Korean bear. (In person, she blends right in as she has reddish tones in her fur.) This is also the closest I’ll ever get to spotting any hidden wildlife.
I’ll give the reveal later today.Xena also recently read that there are still people who don’t believe in evolution.this troubles her greatly…
Xena is looking for a lifelong commitment, which she will return. She is content to be to be an indoor cat and protect your castle. And naturally, as a warrior, she insists on keeping all her claws. She loves to play with new toys, she like a challenge and she is also a lap kitty who will nap while you are doing a project at a table, on the computer or watching TV. (She is fond of David Attenborough nature documentaries.)
XENA’S STORY / She was discovered running in my back yard, which is surrounded by yards with dogs. (She was captured, but fought bravely.) I suspect she was rescuing herself from abuse or neglect: she was thin, had a respiratory infection and there was electrical tape stuck to her leg. [JAC: she’s okay now and has gone to the vet.]
XENA has a healthy appetite, and used her letterbox the very first day. She is will be spayed, microchipped and have the necessary shots when she is a bit older. She has medium length fur, black with reddish tones, with ear and paw tufts. She comes with her toys, and cat tree.’
If you wish to contact reader Su, just shoot me an email and I’ll send you her email address (I didn’t want to put it up here). Su adds this:
To the right home, I am willing to travel to within radius of 8 hr drive of Park Forest. (which includes a surprisingly large number of states!)
For the month of July, I am currently serving on the Grand Jury at 26th & California and can really only check email at lunchtime. And I will!