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UPDATE December 2016:
I no longer have a kitty companion here in my foster room. I think I prefer it this way. I snuggle a lot with my foster mom, and we play with wand toys every morning and evening. We also play hide-and-seek in the morning when I try to tell her the alarm will soon be going off. I sleep right by her side every night. Sometimes I sleep on her pillow and give her lots of kisses. I'm more trusting of the people coming in to visit with me, but if you stare at me I might take it as a threat, so visitors need to remember to do the long blink to break eye contact. If you do this, or avoid eye contact altogether, I will rub around your legs and beg for attention!
I do have an allergy to food with grains, so I need to be fed a grain-free food. When my diet was changed to a regular cat food, I developed a bad alopecia reaction on the back of my right ear and down the right side of my neck. Once my food was changed back to grain-free, my fur grew back. I am currently eating Blue Buffalo Freedom cat food and am doing well.
Since I am being fostered in a private home, you will need to be pre-approved to adopt to visit with me. Ask about me now, and lets get the process started!
I have been demonstrating some behavior lately that my foster meowmy is trying to figure out. I will attack your feet and legs as you come into my room, and I will hiss and growl. I rarely use my claws, but it sounds terrible and folks get scared. We are working the issue with play therapy and it is working. So if you want to visit with me, don't forget the wand toy that's outside the room. It will help me focus on that instead of your feet. Otherwise, I'm the same sweet kitty that lives to snuggle at night.
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