Letty is proud to have a half-tail. Maybe her half-tail explains why she is equally sweet and snobbish. She is very sweet and likes to be petted but she definitely prefers her schedule over yours - pet her only when she wants you to pet her, regardless of whatever else you may be busy with. She likes to be near you, but not necessarily right beside you. Letty lives up to the typical cat entertainment imagine - she loves to play and get in to things she has no business getting in to. She is always busy chasing, stalking and pouncing with her foster siblings. She also possesses THE box obsession phenomenon. Letty will play in, on or around a box for hours. Big, small, narrow, wide...she doesn't care - although, she does favor an empty drink box over others if there are multiple box choices available.
Letty adores other cats, could care less about her foster mom's big dog (except when the tail wagging is excessive - then her interest is peaked significantly) and doesn't mind calm children. Loud, energetic homes will cause Letty to play HIDE - AND cause you to forever SEEK.
You can submit an adoption application for Letty at www.myhstc.org/cats. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like more information on Letty.
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