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Cicada Domestic Short Hair Suisun City, CA

  • Young
  • Female
  • Medium
  • Tabby (Buff / Tan / Fawn), White


Curious, Independent, Gentle
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs.
Good in a home with
Other cats, children, other animals. birds.
Prefers a home without
Adoption fee

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Meet Cicada

Gentle, cat-loving person needed to adopt (or foster-to-adopt) this amazing special-needs girl!

Meet Cicada: a quiet, sweet, shy girl looking for someone to give her heart to.
Cicada is not a needy or in-your-face kitty. She is shy but curious; she loves to sit and observe. She is only 2 years old, not much more than a kitten, but she doesn’t have any of that kitten craziness—she will have fun sometimes with solo play with catnip mice, felt toys, or other small toys, but mostly she is a very chill girl. She is food-motivated and loves loves loves Churu. One of the most adorable things about her is that she has the most breathtakingly cute teeny-tiny whisper-meows.

Once you earn her trust, she does love petting. She will rub her face on you, and does this adorable thing where she tilts her head like an owl. She would be scared by rough handling, and needs someone who will be gentle with her and care enough to go at her pace.

This pretty girl wears her heart on her sleeve—well, her side. When she sits down, a huge, perfect tabby heart appears on her! It’s a perfect symbol for how much love this girl has to give for the person who is patient enough to see it.

Cicada came into our rescue after having been trapped and brought to the county shelter. She was born with a front leg deformity, and it was decided that for her safety she would do best indoors. Since she has lived here, we’ve found that she gets around just fine, but we are still watching the leg and trying to find a surgeon for a second opinion. It is possible we would need to have it amputated before finalizing an adoption. In the meantime, it doesn’t seem to cause her problems. We would love to find a foster or foster-to-adopt situation for Cicada, so she can get that one-on-one attention while we evaluate her leg. She has slowly learned to trust us, and we think if she could settle in with “her” person, she would love to open up and be someone’s best friend.
Cicada is 2 years old and spayed. She could be happy in a home with or without other cats or (respectful) kids, but would prefer a home with no doggie siblings.

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