She recently was at the McKinney adoption center for 5 days and I got a call from the cage cleaner that she was terrorizing her brother. When I got her home she was hissing at everything that moved. I had never heard her hiss before. This lasted 3 whole days before she settled down.
Something scared the living daylights out of her, because I am convinced this was purely out of fear. She never bothered to scratch. She has settled down and will not be going back to the adoption center, so we need to find her a home from the comforts of the internet!
Click on the video link. This is her couch racing, encounters another cat, starts playing with his tail and no hissing. Remember that just a few days earlier she was hissing at everything! Punkin is looking for a great forever lap!
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