Addie aka Addison is still playful like a kitten--she loves playing with soft toys, throwing them up in the air and catching them like a pro! She also loves running up and down the hallway in her foster home. One of the charming things about Addison is that she is a talker--she will tell you about her day and she will especially tell you when she is ready for breakfast and dinner (and maybe a snack)!
Addie is quirky and silly and her foster adores her, however, she can be extremely high-strung and nervous. Whomever adopts Addie will have to be patient, but that patience will be rewarded because once she feels safe, she will be very loving and charming. But patience is key.
Addison will do best in a quiet home where there is a woman. She's okay with her foster dad if he goes very slow with her, any sudden moves and she bolts. It has taken her awhile to trust him. She loves her foster mom and sleeps and cuddles with her all the time. She is not good with strangers (hides) and not good with dogs. We think Addison would like another feline in the home to hang out with (she is great with all of her foster siblings), though she could be an only if her human is around a lot.
Addison raised her kittens (all adopted) and is now up for adoption herself! She is healthy, spayed, microchipped, FeLV and FIV negative and up-to-date on her vaccines.
If you are interested in meeting Addie please fill out our adoption application by clicking this LINK or go to www.TheRescueTrain.org. Applications are required PRIOR to meeting one of our animals and are used to set up a safe and successful adoption. Please don't be shy and answer the questions thoroughly. To learn more about our adoption process please visit www.TheRescueTrain.org and click on "Adopt A Cat".
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Our animals are in private foster homes.
INTERESTED IN ADOPTING?
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APPLICANT MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OLD
APPLICANT MUST LIVE IN THE LOS ANGELES AREA
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