Where I came from…
I was brought to SVAS when my family could no longer care for me. I have been through a lot and need time to adjust, so please be patient with me. The the good people at the shelter have taken the time to get to know my likes and dislikes and help me find my forever.
A little bit about me…
I am a calico and I certainly have the typical calico independent streak about me! I mostly enjoy being able to do my own thing on my own time, but I am also affectionate at times.
I am what is called a polydactyl, meaning I have extra toes that make my paws look like mittens!
I came from a quiet and mature home and that is the type of home I would prefer to be in. I love to lay on your lap once I get to know you and feel comfortable with you.
I am a more mature girl who will play every once in a while but would rather curl up next to you & watch a movie.
My ideal home would include…
Someone who is home a lot of the time that just wants to relax and spend time with me. I love to lay on your lap or curl up beside you, or gaze outside your window and watch the birds.
As I'm a more mature girl, I would prefer a more quiet and mature home with not as much traffic. A home with older, highly experienced children and very low traffic may be a possibility, but please be prepared to explain the experience.
I would prefer a home that has no other pets as I prefer to be the only animal of the household. I do best when you can devote your sole attention to me and am most comfortable being solo.
My polydactyl front feet are unique! Often called mitten paws, it does not hinder me in any way, it just gives me a unique quality about myself!
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