Prudence is a big personality and super sweet at the same time! She starts purring as soon as you say her name. Although shy and cautious at first, once she warms up to you she'll be your best friend.
She loves to be pet and given kitty massages. She'll gently put her paw out if you stop petting her as if to say "please continue!". She enjoys a five minute knead from time to time. It has to be the right amount of softness and she just loves it. She likes being snuggled, but prefers to sit next to you instead of on you - on her own terms. Prudence needs a lot of playtime. She plays on her own, but loves if you join in. She would do well with another young cat to have fun with. She is currently the dominant cat in her foster home. She just loves food - and your food too if you don't watch! She would do well with windows or a window sill so she can look outside. She is memorized by the birds and the squirrels!
Prudence came in as a stray needing some extra medical attention. Over the last year, on and off she wants to lick her tummy and legs etc. as if they are irritating her. She is on medication every other day and the vet and her foster family are working together on a solution. We are currently trying different options including diet.
Her foster family shares: "One of my favourite things about Prudy is waking up in the morning and having that furry face staring right at me so excited for me to wake up and say good morning to her. Her personality is really the most rewarding part of her. She deserves a very loving and caring home."
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