Micah is an incredibly sweet and easy going lady, with huge green eyes that just melt the heart. Her family was heartbroken at having to give her up and now she is looking for a new family who can return all the love she has to give. She loves being petted and will hold her head up so you can scratch her under the chin. She loves to be near her humans so will sit beside you and occasionally crawl in your lap, but she is not a cuddler. One of her favorite past times is to nap the day away on her human’s bed or in a sunny window, and if you take a nap during the day, she will join you. However she is still playful and enjoys playing fetch, and trying to catch lasers and strings. She’s also great at stalking any stink bugs or spiders that may sneak in. She has been in a home with other cats but would thrive as an only cat or with a laid back pal since she likes to be the boss. Micah tolerates the dogs in her foster home though she'd rather not play with them. She has a history of bladder stones, but as long as she has access to fresh running water and wet food, she stays healthy. She is well trained to use her scratching posts and does not attack curtains or furniture. She could be your perfect companion!
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