|Looks Like:||Domestic Shorthair|
|Current Weight:||9 pounds|
|Date of Birth:||2018-05-16|
Did you know that only about 20% of orange tabbies are female? And that Kaiya is not only a female orange tabby, but that she is a stunningly gorgeous one? (You probably figured that last part out for yourself.)
"Kaiya" is the Japanese word for "forgiveness" - though there seems to be some disagreement about that. So forgive us for preferring the urban definition of "Kaiya", which is "crazy beautiful"! No one can argue with that, for sure - our little Kaiya is definitely crazy beautiful. She is actually a sandy buff variation of the orange tabby coloration with very soft stripes showing through in places...simply beautiful!
Kaiya and her, almost identical but slightly darker, sister Kana have been a dynamic duo from the start. As tiny orphans, they were put with a mom cat for some necessary feline nurturing. After graduating from their stepmother's care, they came to their current foster for finishing school where they are treated as part of the family by humans and the resident cats. They're in the process of graduating with top honors, getting along fabulously with all. In fact, the resident alpha cat has taken them under her wing and taught them kitten manners, as well as making them feel a part of the cat family. They have not been around dogs but should do fine with a careful introduction.
Everyone knows dynamic duos stick together no matter what and Kaiya and Kana are no exception! They are very active and love every kind of toy, but this terrific twosome's favorite thing of all is being together. They enthusiastically chase each other with such zeal and when they have finished a few laps around the house they collapse into an adorable kitten pile to cuddle and recharge.
Kaiya is bonded to Kana and they need to go home together! Check out Kana here - https://bit.ly/2N0JiC6
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All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team.
For further information or to meet Kaiya, please email [email protected]