Meredyth. What can one say about Meredyth? How about the TRUTH? Let's be honest and shoot straight. Agreed? Okay, then.
Meredyth is a very cute, playful kitten that could absolutely care less about you. She looks down her adorable cute nose at you, with much disdain, like the lowly servant you are. If she is glancing at you, it is with a condescending look of disapproval. Meredyth is a queen and you are but a peasant. She wants you to feed her, provide plenty of toys, speak adoringly to her (while she totally ignores you), leave empty drink boxes for her to play in and give her fuzzy blankets to lounge on. She will purr and stretch her neck as you scratch it like any other sweet little kitten - you just have to sneak up on her as she sleeps, grab her by chance as she runs by playing or catch her first.
Meredyth is not a lap kitty. She will not lay beside you and purr. She will not seek you out and meow to be petted. She has no desire to please you or boost your self esteem. Why should you want to adopt this little bundle of playfulness? We don't have a clue -other than the simple challenge of winning over this little feisty kitten with massive cattitude and transforming her into the bundle of sweetness she is desperately trying to smother. Only the self confident and patient need apply! She'll hurt your feelings in a nano second if your sensitive. ;)
Meredyth loves other cats and kittens. She is apathetic about the canine. Loud children make her invisible.
You can submit an adoption application for Meredyth at www.myhstc.org/cats. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like more information on Meredyth.
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