I am already spayed, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
My name is Windy, and my siblings and I were born in my foster mom’s house after our folks were rescued by Two Left Paws. We were born on May 6, 2010. The only place I have ever known has been the house where I was born. That means that I do not like to go to mobiles because I am afraid. Sometimes, though, I do need to go so I can meet people and have them see me. But they only see a cat who is terrified and cannot see who I am all the other times of my life.
I have three brothers but only two, Stormy and Sunny, live with me. We still play together, but I like to do things on my own. For some reason, there are a couple of other cats in my house who chase me and are mean to me. My foster mom tries to stop them, but they just do not seem to like me. I would really like to have a place of my own without cats that do not like me. One thing that my foster mom says is that I am very smart. Perhaps that is why some of the other cats do not like me—they are jealous! You can tell by the picture of me with our old beagle that I like dogs. On that day, I was laying in the beagle’s bed. She wanted to get into it (and did), but I did not want to move (so stayed where I was). We slept that way for awhile. She was nice and warm.
My foster mom and dad are my favorite people. I get scared around people, so do not come out to visit when there are others around. When I get lonely, I get up in my foster mom’s lap and knead her very thoroughly. Then I lay between her legs when she is sitting on the recliner. At night, I like to sleep up close to one of my foster parents. As long as the mean cats stay away, I sleep there all night. One of the things I like to play with is the feather toy. One of the pictures shows me sneaking up on it and attacking. I am very good at that. I am also excellent at catching flies and moths!
All in all, I am a very sweet girl—but my forever home must have people in it who will allow me to become used to it there and give me time to show who I really am. It will be hard for me to leave my foster home, which is all that I know, but my foster mom says I will get so much love that I will be happier than ever before. That is what I want! Of course, with my disposition, I should not go to a home with small children. Do you have room in your heart for a beautiful, smart girl like me?