She is a sweetheart!
DOB: August 2015
CARAMELLA is a sweet and affectionate tortoiseshell with beautiful markings and golden-yellow eyes. Who says tortoiseshell cats are sassy?!? Not this sweet girl! She has a loving, low-key demeanor.
Caramella is so affectionate and attentive - her behavior is like a puppy! She runs to greet you at the door after you've been away from home, and enjoys following you around the house to be near you.
Caramella's favorite toy is the laser pointer. She senses when you have it in your hand, jumping back and forth eager for action. Caramella's downtime consists of lounging in her hammock and snuggling with you on the couch. She loves giving kisses and purrs immediately when petted.
Caramella will do best in a home with a friendly, low-key kitty to bond and play with. She is initially timid toward other cats but is now very happy with the two playful but gentle kitties in her foster home. We will consider a home for her as a single cat only if her caretaker(s) is home a lot - perhaps a stay-at-home parent or retired person who is home a fair amount during the day, or someone who works from home. She would do fine with an older child or two as long as the home is relatively quiet.
This sweet girl has so much love to give. She was abandoned at an apartment complex along with another cat. The other kitty was taken in by another resident and Caramella was transferred to our care. We are now looking for just the right home for this gentle, loving girl!
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