Sticky was a rescue kitten. We found her dying at our apartment lift lobby all alone, turns out she had contracted parvovirus from the same batch of kittens. She was the lone survivor in her family. Sticky just had her first vaccine shot recently.
Sticky grew up to be playful and has great hunting skills. She can be manja at times and tend to "stick" close to you hence her name :)
We hope that she gets adopted to a forever home where she has ample playtime and has all the love and care that she needs. She is also litter-trained and is good with baths.
Due to her previous health condition (parvovirus), adopters with existing house cats are highly NOT RECOMMENDED. Even though she has recovered, but traces of the virus may still linger around (within the year) and we do not want other cats to be contracted.
The fee is a deposit to ensure that she gets spayed when of age. It will be returned once we receive a copy of the medical slip via whatsapp.