Tahn is a sweet, petite cat who will take about .2 seconds to make you fall in love with her. Affectionate with just enough spunk to be endearing but definitely passed the kitten stage. How far passed, we're not exactly sure because Tahn seems to have taken the saying "Don't ask a Lady's age" to heart. Poor Tahn came into animal control as a stray with most of her teeth missing, which has made guessing her age a little more difficult. It's also given her a little character with that adorable little tongue sticking out most of the time. She has not let her lack of teeth slow her down in any way though. Tahn loves kibble and eats it with no problem (though she won't turn her nose down at canned either). She's the cat that spins figure eights around your feet as you dish up her dinner! She loves attention and basks in the joy of being pet. There is no such thing as too much attention in her mind - she follows you everywhere and wants to see what you're up to (and maybe if you have any tasty treats). If you sit down she is rubbing on you and talking to you in her little tiny meow. She is fostered with other cats and dogs and is settling in with all of them well, but prefers the ones who don't get up in her face all the time. Tahn uses the litter box with no issues, and is not declawed.
Requirements: No special requirements
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