Sweet FooFoo has been waiting for quite a while for a FOREVER home. She has been to multiple homes and foster homes and it hasn't worked out for one silly reason or another – moving, deployment, etc. – never her fault. She is the sweetest little cat and hasn't done anything to deserve this. FooFoo is a very beautiful dark brown tabby, which makes her gorgeous green eyes stand out. She is a little bit like a dog -- when she sees you come home, she will run right up to you to get petted. She is chatty and talks when you talk to her. When you rub her head she will roll over and purr her delight. She delights in giving you kitty kisses (licking your nose, forehead, and hands) for giving her pets. If you are petting her and you stop, she puts out her paw for you to keep petting her. She loves sitting in the window getting sun, or next to a heater, or right next to you to get brushed. She is not a lap cat, but she sits right next to you. You can pick her up and she tolerates it, but wants to get down like most other cats. She likes 'hunting' birds and squirrels through the safety of a door. She doesn't really like other cats (she tolerates them, with a little hissing), so we think she would be best suited to a quiet adult home or older kids where she can be your one-and-only. She would probably do well with gentle children, since she can be a bit shy. When she is relaxed and feeling secure, she has been known to play with a feather and chase balls. She has great scratching post habits. Meet FooFoo and fall in love.
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