Meet Miss Grey
Animal ID 35535807 
Species Cat 
Breed Domestic Shorthair/Mix 
Age 8 years 8 months 21 days 
Gender Female 
Size Small 
Color Grey/White 
Declawed No 
Housetrained Yes 
Site City of Seattle 
Location Foster Care 
Intake Date 6/2/2017 
**Important Note** You won't find this kitty at the shelter. This kitty is waiting patiently in foster care for your call. Please contact the Foster Care Hotline at 206-684-0685 to arrange a meeting. Thank you!

Found as a stray on Capitol Hill, Miss Grey was in rough shape: under nourished, dehydrated, with teeth in terrible condition. After dental work, fluids, antibiotics, and several months of TLC, she has blossomed into a super cute and affectionate feline. Her medical tests also discovered she has chronic kidney disease (CKD), a condition which impacts as many as 1 in 3 cats. Diagnosed as stage 2, the shelter vets strongly recommend a wet food only diet in combination with weekly sub-cutaneous fluids. It all sounds scary, but it is a pretty common treatment, and an easy skill to learn, though previous kidney disease experience would be a plus.

She is totally worth the extra care: Miss Grey is a loving cat who wants to interact and be an integral part of your family. Her loud purr motor comes quickly when she settles into your lap demanding head rubs, or jumps to the foot of your bed when it's lights out. She loves tracking birds out the window, and chasing a laser pointer or the occasional moth invader. She has a beautiful coat that hardly sheds, and perfect litter box habits.

As a middle aged cat, she is content to relax during the day and is ready for interaction (did I say head rubs?) when you come through the door. If you work from home, you will have an office mate, as she loves to supervise your daily routine.
We believe she wants to be your only pet, in a home with no young children. After a fresh manicure and complete dental, she is ready to purr her way into a forever home.

Are you ready to meet this sweet, petite, loving companion? She is currently couch-surfing in the Wallingford neighborhood.