Mira is a big, friendly eight-year-old who's getting friendlier and more active every day. She came to her foster home very overweight, but has been dieting and dropping pounds like a champ. She can now jump onto low chairs, which is an achievement for her. Her foster parents are very proud!
She's a great snuggle buddy and work companion. Her current foster parents work from home, and Mira loves to feel like part of the team, so she has a favourite chair next to the worktable that she occupies faithfully, with occasional breaks to go chase down errant specks of dust, phantom bird-noises, and various ants.
Mira also loves: hunting and batting at plastic bags, being brushed, and pretending to be a dog. She's extremely playful and loves to play-fight with chairs, table legs, and various walls. She might wake you up a bit early to be fed, but she'll also stick right by your side when you wake up, and keep you company throughout the day. While not a lap-cat, Mira is definitely a people-cat. She loves getting to curl up next to you while you watch TV or read a book. She will make an amazing little companion.
Thank you for welcoming a senior cat into your family - an adoption fee of your choice is appreciated versus our standard adoption fee of $175.
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