I'm being cared for by:
Wishful Thinking Endeavors, Fuzzbucket Farm
Facts about SWEET PEA
- Breed: Domestic Shorthair
- Color: Brown Tabby
- Age: Young
- Sex: Female
- ID#: 3394237
- Hair: Short
My name is SWEET PEA!
SWEET PEA's Info...
I am already spayed, housetrained, and good with cats.
Sweet Pea was discovered in the middle of Xenia one afternoon during a fast-food stop. My family parked to eat and watched as a young kitten crawled up out of a storm drain to dart along a busy road to raid a hotel's garbage dumpster. She would snag something, then dart back and down the drain she'd go. That night my fiance and I returned to set up shop. We waited and waited for her to get hungry and curious enough to walk into the carrier (we didn't have a Have-A-Heart trap with us yet so we were trying it the hard way). I was perched quietly just a few feet away, ready for quick action. It took a couple of hours but she finally walked in to eat the pile of soft food and I sprang to quickly close the door on a shocked and scared kitty.
Beginning as a feral kitten, she has come a long way in a little over a year. She is a beautiful kitty, small but long and lean, and smart as a button. She loves to run and play with other cats, and enjoys good climbing arenas and hidy holes. And you can't forget her cushy doughnuts for sleepy time! She gets along with older and younger kitties, and loves to stash her toys. She also enjoys being coy with you, doing a little walk just out of your reach when she wants you to love on her. She'll look back over her shoulder while stepping ahead of you, and when she's ready, she'll slow for a scoop up, then adorably protests the whole incident while purring in your arms. She has some spunk to her; no lazy cat here. One of her favorite games is the Red Bug (that red laser dot -- irrisistable!). And sometimes, if she isn't trying to lure another cat to play, she will play hide-n-seek with you....of course, she is the one who hides! And when you find her, she coos loudly and runs like mad to another hidy hole!
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