Status: Looking for love in a quiet space... I need an understanding and patient furever friend.
Likes: I really like to play with other cats. My foster mom has a cat and we have a great time together. She is teaching me humans are here to help and love me!
Funny Fact: I adore food! I mean, hey, who doesn't?! I even know the sound my bowl makes. If my foster family is putting away their dishes, I know to ignore it because it isn't dinner time for me yet. But one time my foster grandma bumped my bowl when she was cleaning, and I FLEW down the stairs and into the kitchen, asking for food! The clinking of my food dish means dinner time, right?!
Cutest Quirk: I will stare into your soul when you are eating! I have an eternal and very powerful stare 😉 Just try to resist it, I bet you can't!
I Feel Safe When: I'm on my cat tree! I let my foster mom kiss and pet me there. I'll even sneak into your bed when you're sleeping for a late-night cuddle session.
About Me: I have had a hard life so far, and I am not used to love. I am starting to learn in Team Cat Rescue that my future is bright and full of kindness, but I'm still a little hesitant. It's better to pet me from behind, but if I see your hand approaching, I will back away because I'm not used to gentle love quite yet. But I am making progress!I would do well in a home with another cat-friendly feline who can show me the ropes; a quiet home is better for me so that I can blossom and progress even further. Even though I've had a hard life, I know there is the purrfect furever friend or family out there for me who can show me even further that humans are my friends. I can't wait to meet you! Email email@example.com to fill out an application today!
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