Tiger Bell is an absolute sweetheart of a kitty who *loves* attention and adores being petted. She will curl up next to you and ask for the pets and to be by your side as you're doing things. It's obvious that in her previous cat-life, she was a pampered Queen of the House, and your home (and you!) will be her domain.
She is a very well behaved kitty, doesn’t chew on things, uses the litterbox fine, and is a pretty polite cat as far as furniture and objects go. She does love having a box up by the windowsill so she can look out and see the world go by. She is spayed and her shots are all up to date. We believe she is about 5 years old, and in very good health.
Tiger would like to be an only cat - we believe she was one previously, and she wants you all to herself. Was not raised to share her toys (and why should she, when she's obviously the Queen? ^^).
Want to do a Foster-to-Adopt? We have a special program for some of our cats where if you'd like to evaluate how they get along with your home, you would sign up initially to foster Tiger Bell for a period of time (usually 3-6 months) and bring her into your household and see how you and she get along. If all works out, when the trial period is over, you can adopt her as an official house member. If, for any reason, it doesn't work out before then, she'll come back to FFN.
Tiger Bell can be seen regularly at the Feline Friends Network monthly adoption fairs at Pet Food Express in Mountain View (first Saturday of each month - see our website for more details).
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