After that the kits were placed into a foster home where they receiving intensive training to become elite adoptable kittens. The kits received training in litter box usage, the art of charming and playing with humans, sitting in laps and purr, getting into things without getting into trouble, handling a busy body Pomeranian/American Eskimo mix named Rascal, ignoring the diva housecats but spooning with the furry friendly house cat in the foster home. Most importantly, the kits learned not mess with an Italian foster mother, a skunk or a raccoon. At the moment the kits are refining their skills in moving faster than a bullet. Overall these guys are full of energy and are very affectionate.
The little girl sure knows she is pretty enough to stop traffic or any human activity for that matter. She loves attention and will not hesitate to ask it. Do not expect to get any work done if this little lady is nearby as Trina will make sure you know she is around.
Like her siblings, Trina is very affectionate and playful. She loves to cuddle with her human in bed and sometimes just stay there to play. Trina is very social and she also loves to sit in a human lap, expecting some gentle chin scratches and belly rubs. Overall she so delightful and lovely that it is impossible to not love her. Trina will do well with other cats or kittens and maybe a non-feisty dog.
Approx. birth date: June 2016
If interested, please complete an application at www.pawsohio.org, which you will easily locate under the Adoption button.
**This pet is fostered by: Joanne **
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