Pet of the Week: Silver

The Pet of the Week is Silver, an affectionate kitty who recently arrived from Afghanistan.

Here’s what her friends at 4Paws Rescue Team had to say about her:

Silver is one of the cats who recently arrived from Afghanistan. This exotic-looking blue-grey beauty is an extremely affectionate lap cat.

Silver’s foster mom likens her to an affectionate leopard cat — big and playful. She loves to show off her hunt-and-capture skills with mice and feather toys.

Silver is still getting used to living in a safe and comfortable indoor environment in a brand new country. This expat girl has a great appetite and good litter box habits. She is still learning how to be careful with her claws.

In her foster home, there is a resident cat, and although she hasn’t yet been introduced to him, she does show interest when she hears him. The 4Paws website has helpful information about introducing a new cat into a household with other pets here. Silver would certainly do fine as an only pet, so she could enjoy the love exclusively.

Silver came to 4Paws from the Kabul Small Animal Rescue organization in Afghanistan. She is one of about a dozen or so that 4Paws is helping to find adoptive homes. Silver’s estimated birth date is February 2018. She is spayed, current on vaccinations, has tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia, and is microchipped.

Are you and Silver the perfect match?

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