I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
There was a time when I was afraid of people and scared of things going on around me. Being with my foster family has changed all of that. I am now a social, affectionate kitty that loves to be petted and carried. You will often hear me purring while you are petting me and admiring my silky soft fur. I am still a little nervous (initially) in new environments so I need to be able to adjust at my own pace. Having my big brother (Cashew) around helps me adjust to change. Cashew is not only my brother; he is also my best friend. We spend a lot of time together (playing and sleeping) and I help Cashew with his grooming. Cashew and I liked to cuddle and sleep with our foster family and watch cat videos with our foster human-sibling. Being around dogs makes me nervous so I will need a very slow introduction to any dogs that I might be sharing my new home with. School age children are okay, especially if they can play with my toys with me and we can watch cat videos together. Being able to grow up with my best friend Cashew would be wonderful.