Hello, my name is Charolette. I am a lovely middle aged girl, but am a bit particular. I want to be the centre of attention. I mean THE centre of attention. Children, cats, dogs, birds, fish, turtles, etc I will not share a home with. My world is all about me. For that reason, I do not do well if you are away from me for long hours at a time.
However I am great. It takes me a little while to settle in... and train my person, but once I do I am a wonderful, expressive and playful companion full of purrs. I like to be near my person, and I will purr nice and loud, but I only like a little bit of petting, cheek scratching or belly rubbing. I am a total lap cat!
I like to play with fluffy balls. I will bat them around on my own, but what I really like is to play toss with them with my person. I usually like this game early in the morning, when my person first gets up or just before my person is about to go to bed. I do not like any other type of toy. I am more than happy as an indoor cat in an apartment.
Unfortunately I do not know my history. I was adopted once, but there were young children, and as I have already said, I want to be the centre of attention. I made that clear by peeing outside my box. Now that I am the centre of my foster momma's world I use my litter box perfectly.
I do have special needs, I have digestive issues which means I need to eat raw food. My favourite is beef with botanicals. I will come with some food when you adopt me.
Her foster family shares: "Charlotte is a really sweet cat. She is the classic cat, the world revolves around her and she loathes to admit that she needs you. But she is lovely. She will do well with a new cat owner who is willing to take the time to get to know her. She will also do well with an experienced owner who knows that with some cats it takes awhile for them to show who they really are. Adopt her today!"
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