Olive looks like an adorable little panther and she really likes to be petted. She'll happily purr is appreciation of all the attention you give her. She's a sweet girl who knows what a lucky cat she is now that she's been rescued. Olive is still a young cat and she loves to play with her cat toys, batting them around the room with her adorable little paws.
Olive gets along with other laid back, non-dominant cats and gentle cat-friendly dogs but she loves her people most of all. Therefore, she would be fine as a companion to another dog or cat but would do equally well as a single kitty. She would be a wonderful family cat. But due to the fact that she does not enjoy being picked up, she should not be adopted into a home with small children. Teenagers would be fine though; there would be more folks to love on her then.
Olive was rescued as a stray in West Virginia before coming to 4Paws to find her forever home. Could that home be with you?
Olive was born in September 2015. She's been spayed, micro-chipped, is up to date on vaccines, and tested negative for FIV and FeLV.
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