Emma wants to be friends with her foster mom's older cats, even when they are not interested. Emma enjoys the creature comforts of sleeping on the top tier of the 7 foot cat tree all day, or under a bed or other out of the way hiding spot. Emma would like her new family to have a cat friend that she can play with, or maybe even be adopted with her son, Madison, who is her play friend now.
Emma is a very sweet and gentle kitty that likes to cuddle with people on the sofa just like her foster family's cats. She has been known to jump on the kitchen island, especially when her foster mom is preparing her meal and she gets excited, but she knows the command "down" and "no" and gets down when told to. Cats climb and jump on furniture, and so does Emma who will do best in a home with a tall cat tree to play on, and with people who are not uptight about her climbing and jumping on furniture.
Emma is a lover girl once she trusts you and comes to people often for head scratches, belly rubs and marks her people. Emma loves to play the string game and chase balls, and needs a family that has the time to play with her and give her attention. Emma has had a good start in life, and eats a homemade, species appropriate meat diet that is easy to make ahead of time and freeze. Emma is hoping her new family will feed her the same for her long term good health, or at the very least a grain and gluten free canned diet.
Emma does not like closed doors, especially if people are in the room, and will do her best to try to get in. Emma's new family should allow her free run of the house, as she likes to explore, sleep under the bed or other hiding spots during the day, and run and play in the evening. Her new family should have the patience to allow her to become acclimated to a new home and trust her new people.
For more information about adopting Emma or her son Edison, contact Nicole at 586-933-6306.
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