I came from an overcrowded living environment, but Zoe’s brought me in to help me find a less crowded forever home.
Date of Birth: March 2006
Energy Level: Medium to medium low (active at night around 11 pm)
Size (adult): Small, thin
Good with Dogs? Unknown
Good with Cats? Yes
I should be okay with other feline friends given my previous living environment. I am also best friends with Hopper and we must be adopted together
Good with Kids? Unknown
Hello - Petrie here! I am a pretty shy girl but I love some scratches if I feel I'm in a safe hiding spot. I'm getting to know my foster family in this lovely new, quieter home. I like to explore my new digs during the night but right now I'm still pretty cautious. I like to venture on my own as well as with my best friend, Hopper. We are like two peas in a pod!! #twopeasinapod #bestfriends
About my Behaviour:
I'm very shy and not properly litter trained yet, but I'm working on it! It takes me some time to warm up to you but I will give as much affection as I can when I feel comfortable. I have no major attitude/destructive behaviors. For now, I like to sleep in places well hidden. I am more active during the night than the day. Right now, I am just exploring cautiously with light movement. No playtime yet, but I'm looking forward to learning how. I don't like being held yet but my foster family is working with me on that and I think in due time I will come around. I am bonded with Hopper and will need to be adopted with her (2 for 1 adoption fee).
How’s my Health?
I may have a sinus infection or some sinus abnormalities that are being looked into and I need a bit of dental work done. I will be fully vaccinated and microchipped before my adoption, however the vet has recommended that I not be spayed due to my age and my sinus condition.
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