Adopt Miss Mia
June 15, 2018
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Miss Mia has been with Salt Lake County Animal Services
since January 2017. She is currently living in a foster home, but we would love
to find her forever home!
Mia is a 3-year-old black Turkish Angora. She is spayed,
micro-chipped, and current on vaccines. She would love to live in a home where
she is the only animal. She has the most gorgeous black and brown fur, and toe
floofs! She is one of our Century Club cats which means she will get free
vaccines for life, and a free initial FELV/FIV test.
Exploring the yard on a leash
That one shirt you own, you know the one!
A note from Mia’s foster mom Alex: When she is feeling
lovey, she will let you know. If she is curled up on the bed and you walk past
the door, she’ll call for you to not only pet her, but scratch her belly as she
rolls over for you. She doesn’t like being held. She loves laying and sitting
on things other than a blanket or carpet. What I mean by that is if there is a
piece of paper in the middle of the carpeted floor, that is where she will sit
or lay down.
Miss Mia is very quirky and deserves a furr-ever
home of her own!
If you or someone you know would like to meet Mia, please email MAllred@slco.org
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