Lunar was found with her mother Ume in a park a two months ago.
She is almost four months old, a bit shy and initially very attached to her mother but has started to come out of her shell during her time at the foster home. She has become much more confident and will now also play with the other foster kittens.
Lunar has recovered from a minor eye infection and it has left her left eye with a unique blue mark. The vet has confirmed that it does not affect her eye sight but that the blue mark is most likely permanent, giving her a very cool look! She has been de-fleaed, de-wormed twice, vaccinated twice and is going in for spaying tomorrow.
The adoption fee covers strictly the vet expenses, which were a bit higher than normal due to her flu and eye infection though she has recovered from both now (and happy to share the invoice if needed).
She is still shy but is a happy little girl once she gets to know you. She will initially hiss at strangers and hide when there are loud noises. Therefore, we recommend that Lunar go to a home with ideally two adults, and preferably no children. However, Lunar is used to being around other foster kittens so she doesn't have to be the only baby in the house. She is adventurous, curious and loves to climb!
Please reach out if you're interested in this survivor kitty. We would prefer Lunar to stay an indoor cat without unnecessary caging, please. Check us out on Instagram @allergicrescuerskl.