Misty is a remarkable cat in the prime of life, especially sweet, affectionate, gentle, curious yet calm, and very smart. She was a pregnant kitty when someone trapped her in 2013. She was tame and friendly, just on the shy side. Misty was given to Kitten Rescue by the trapper along with a substantial donation.
Once her kittens were weaned, she went to the WLA enclosure for an adoption stint without any problems; then she lived in a foster setting with other kitties; on her 2nd time in the enclosure she was miserable so she moved to the K-R Sanctuary where she’s been ever since. Now she’s in a foster home with no other pets.
It’s Misty’s turn to find the wonderful forever home she so richly deserves. That home might include another cat, but the best scenario for Misty is to be the only pet in the family.
Anyone lucky enough to make Misty part of their family will be blessed with a loving and devoted companion. To Misty, there is nothing better than following you from room to room. She is also quick to play and chase little balls, and fully stretch with her bottom high in the air. She loves hiding under the bed and coming out when called by her name, especially when you make a fuss about her sudden appearance; stretching out and being petted the length of her body over and over again; and sleeping near her family either on or under a chair. Occasionally, Misty will even engage you in a good conversation, especially when you have her dish in your hand. In her repertoire of sounds she purrs, meows, and chirps.
Her tail reminds me of a feather duster. It’s soft and fluffy, and she shows it off like it’s a flag, high and proud. She’s very funny when she chases her tail. The patterns of light and dark fur on her face remind me of Picasso’s style of painting since there are sections and straight lines separating the many colors. And then, there are her eyes -- her large, expressive eyes, with the prettiest shade of gold and pale green. They are gorgeous and shine with all the great warmth and love Misty has to give.
If you are interested in learning more about this kitty or in adopting her, please click here to email her foster parent.
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