Kiki, about 3 years previous, all of the sudden turned homeless when her caregiver wanted to enter assisted residing. Happily, the SPCA of the Triad had room to take her into its program, however as you may think about it’s fairly a change for Kiki to be in a loud, busy shelter versus a quiet, peaceable house. Regardless of having her life turned the wrong way up Kiki is regularly adjusting and her affectionate character is rising. She enjoys consideration, petting and snuggling. Kiki doesn’t prefer to be picked up, however that’s true of many cats. Kiki is a delicate, non-aggressive cat and is coexisting with different cats on the rescue. So, with gradual and cautious introductions she would possibly do nicely with one other light and easy-going feline companion. She could be simply as comfortable as somebody’s cherished solely pet. Given her light nature and beforehand quiet house surroundings, Kiki wouldn’t do nicely with an lively household with kids. She could be an excellent companion for a single individual or couple with a quiet way of life. As Kiki is a longhaired cat with a thick coat, she goes to wish common, light brushing/combing to forestall painful tangles and matting and maintain her coat in good situation. Nonetheless, these grooming classes can be a good way to bond along with her! Her adoption price is $85. For info, name 336-375-3222 or go to www.triadspca.org.