Beautiful, Reserved, Polite Unlike her namesake, Pinky Tuscadero is a well-behaved, easy-going gal! She uses the litter box perfectly and has appropriate scratching behavior. Previous to her stay with APA!, Pinky had been front and back declawed. As a result of this she must remain an indoor cat. Pinky will meow to let you know she wants food or treats, and then will wait patiently. She is in a foster home with two cats and a small, mellow dog, and will politely wait for food until it is her turn. She is smart and kindly! Pinky doesn't play with toys, but she does appreciate some good petting, scratching, and rubbing! She is tall and lean with beautiful brown and gold tortoiseshell markings. Pinky has diabetes and requires some extra medical care, which may include regulated diet and/or insulin; right now her diabetes is controlled with her diet. For more information, please contact APA! Pinky would do well in a home with other adult cats and teenagers; it takes her a while to warm up to young kids, and since she is demure and reserved, she would be a perfect companion for older humans. Pinky is precious! Contact us today to meet your new best friend. All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team. For further information or to meet Pinky Tuscadero, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.