Beautiful Nittany is hoping to find a quiet and peaceful home where she can relax and enjoy your company. In 2014, Nittany’s family began preparing for their first child. As changes occurred in the household, Nittany became more anxious. When their son arrived, the family worked to acquaint Nittany with the baby but she never adjusted well. Nittany spends a lot of her time hiding under a bed and seems to have a nervous stomach. As much as her family hates to part with her, they know she is not getting the love and attention she needs and deserves.
Nittany is current on her vet care, spayed, and up to date on vaccines. She had recent blood work which came back normal. Nittany eats a sensitive stomach cat food due to her anxiety and it has helped.
Nittany has never been aggressive with people and in spite of not seeming to like the child in her home, she has never been aggressive with him. She shouldn’t be in a home with small children. Nittany lived with another cat at one point in time. They didn’t seem to like each other. Most of the time they were fine with each other but they would occasionally fight. Nittany was very sweet and loving but the other cat was aggressive. Her mom believes Nittany was just defending herself. Nittany has never been around dogs.
If you are interested in fostering or adopting Nittany, please contact Angela at 717-884-2285 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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