She needs to be your one and only girl, and she will love you for it!
She does really well in a home where she is the centre of your attention, she's just not fond of the adoption centre and all the other cats! She was pregnant when she was first rescued, and was a great mom to her kittens, who have all since been adopted. Now it's Monica's turn!
Here is what her foster mom had to say about her:
As soon as I opened her carrier, she started perusing my apartment and then came to rub up against my feet for some petting. She wasn't shy at all! When I laid out her food and water dish, she began to eat immediately. She's purring almost all the time and is quite content.
She is really a lovely kitty, very inquisitive and affectionate. Although she isn't necessarily a lap kitty, she comes by my feet all the time to be pet and she follows me around the apartment. I live in a small apartment and even when I walk a few feet to my kitchen or washroom, she follows me and sits somewhere she can see me. Also, she always greets me at the door when I come home. She's the perfect companion! She loves to pounce and play with the feather toy I bought her. She absolutely loves catnip and she loves to use her Cat It Home Scratcher.
On her own she's a happy, easy going girl. She will not work in a home with another cat or dog.
If you would like to meet Monica, please visit her at Etobicoke Petsmart where she will be arriving from her foster home this weekend, October 22.
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