Kiana IF017-22

Rescued06 Mar, 2022
Date of Birth*08 Jul, 2021
StatusOn Hold
NicknamesKeeKee, K
*Most dates of birth are estimates

Physical Description

Kiana is a pretty, sweet, small-build calico, domestic shorthair, loving girl. She has a cute pink nose and inquisitive, lovely eyes.

Known History & Temperament

Kiana was brought to a vet clinic thought to be injured, potentially from a collision with a car. But over time we came to suspect that in fact Kiana had become injured during repeated seizures as a result of her epilepsy. She is healed up now that she’s on medication for the seizures.

Kiana is an absolute sweetheart. She is in foster care with a number of cats and an old dog. She would probably enjoy the company of a playmate, but would also be ok in a home where she would receive all the attention and affection. Kiana is not an aggressive girl but does have a lot of courage. She definitely has no interest in fighting.

Cattitude Level

  • Totally chill, not bovvered
  • Chill with a hint of crazy!
  • Affectionate as heck – prefers cuddles to anything else
  • Crazy and entertaining – a laugh a minute!

Interests and Hobbies

Kiana loves to play and enjoys a good scratch or being brushed. She would love to cuddle on her foster carer’s bed but currently, the older and bossier cats in the home won’t allow that! She is resilient and would get along with other cats / pets. Her favourite game is one that involves you! She also enjoys toys she can chase and is an expert bug catcher.

Kiana loves food, especially wet food like Felix.


She is easy-going and doesn’t fuss. She probably wouldn’t appreciate being without human company for very long periods.

Purrfect Home

Kiana is looking for a home where she is loved, entertained and treasured. She enjoys a tall scratching post with some high places to sleep and chase her tail. She would love someone to engage with her – she has a fun, curious and loving personality.

Health Notes

Unfortunately little “KeeKee” suffers from fits. This is very easily managed by giving her medication once a day – which takes less than a minute as she is very easy to medicate. She is rewarded with food which she looks forward to. The medication is not very expensive and she shouldn’t need any additional vet visits beyond her general annual check-ups / re-vaccination.