She lives in one of the open community rooms and is still getting used to her environment. Lately she has been making a play for the volunteers by winding herself around their legs when they come into the room. Perhaps she is starting to think more highly of humans, now. Maybe she has been watching how the friendly cats get all the attention. Maybe she wants some attention too. She is still not fond of being handled, but she will tolerate short periods of patting. She will nip, just a little, when the allotted time is up.
Snookie has big mitten paws (polydactyl), which make her appear to have “thumbs”. She occasionally will use those paws to take a swipe at other cats (or people), but with time, patience and kind understanding, she will become more comfortable around people. Her ideal home would have adults, but no dogs or young children. She probably will tolerate other cats, if she can have her “space”. She is a very pretty cat and deserves a chance for a loving home.
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