Mia is the snob in the Furious Four litter and is the only kitten with no tail. Mia is a very independent, stunning beauty. She also has a stunning personality - she utterly stuns you with her lack of interest in you. Mia is dedicated to play, food and sleep - you are absolutely in last place on her list of favorites. She loves playing with her litter mates and foster siblings. Playing with you? Well, you better have a red dot she can chase, a "Da Bird" wand she can stalk, pounce and kill or some awesome cat nip infused toy that is out of this world! In Mia's world, you (as a clueless human) have one purpose: you are her servant. Mia's twitter ID would be @youarebeneathme. Despite her aloofness, she will randomly want a little attention. She will sometimes sit close to you or lay at the foot of the bed by your feet and just gaze at you (judging you no doubt). Put a box in the floor and her snobby nature is replaced immediately by simple "oh my gosh it is a box" raw kitten fun!! If you wish to adopt a lap cat, Mia is NOT your girl. Move along please. If you wish to adopt an independent beauty that will hang out near you, Mia IS your girl. If you can provide an empty box on a regular schedule, you will most likely win her over - just don't let her know that you know!!
Mia loves other cats and kittens and is oblivious to the big dog in her foster home. She prefers a quieter environment and expects your home to accommodate her wishes (she will not do well with younger, energetic, loud children).
You can submit an adoption application for Mia at www.myhstc.org/cats. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like more information on Mia.
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