Black & white tuxedo, short hair, female, born approx. 1/1/08, #11772
When Tinkerbell's adopter died her good friend took her in. However, the new adopter’s resident cat was not as pleased with the arrangement; after trying hard to make it work for both kitties, she asked The Rescue House if we could help Tinkerbell find a home where everyone could relax and be happy.
Tinkerbell is an active kitty who loves to run up and down the stairs in her home and all around the house. She enjoys playing and will entertain herself with her catnip-stuffed toys, mice, and feather toys—and she likes when you bring out the Cat Catcher or laser pointer for interactive toys. Tinkerbell’s first guardian lived in a small apartment and she has definitely enjoyed the extra space to stretch out since her move. While Tinkerbell is not a complete lap cat, she will sit with you and allow lots of pets—she’ll stretch into yoga poses of appreciation. She’ll also hook her front paws over your legs, and if you place her in your lap and she’s comfy she’ll be content to stay put. When you’re standing, you will often find Tinkerbell quietly pressing against your leg to let you know she’s there. She appreciates love and attention, though is the strong silent type who doesn’t talk much... unless you count purring. There’s definitely purring, and Tinkerbell has a very sweet and pleasant personality.
Tinkerbell is okay with other cats so long as they are okay with her though she doesn’t really want to interact with them and would be delighted to be your only kitty love. She has had patience with less experienced children though does prefer those who know how to properly pet a kitty and bonds most with adults. She hasn’t reacted much to dogs passing by and could likely live with a calm canine.
Tinkerbell had a wonderful home with someone who loved her dearly. And she is such a good kitty who deserves to be loved and to love. Are you the one who will benefit from Tinkerbell's love?
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