Poppy is a sweetheart. She is timid yet very affectionate. Poppy is definitely a lap cat and likes to be near you, especially when it's bed time. No matter where she is or what she is doing, when you climb in bed for the night, this little girl is not far behind!
Poppy acts like just about every foster kitten that comes into her foster home is a complete annoyance and she has no patience whatsoever for them! She is a big girl. :) Poppy will be a fantastic cat for a single cat home. She will be okay with one or two other cats as long as they are not bullies. She rarely seeks/gives attention from/to other cats in her foster home but is a target for cats who are dominant and prone to be agressive to timid cats. She loves attention but does not demand it and is content to do her own thing.
Poppy has an extremely playful side and is known to bust out in full play mode at least once every couple of days. She darts around, chases toys she throws and jumps off and on every available surface. Her play spurts are random and completely without predictability.
You can submit an adoption application for Poppy online at www.myhstc.org/cats. If you have any questions please email hstcpurrs@gmail. com.
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