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What a delightful little girl Tira is with her gorgeous blue coat and beautiful green eyes. At just over 6 pounds, Tira is everything an Abyssinian should be. She will delight you with her athletic feats and go places no man can go. She will help you when you are working on the computer and great meals will be made with Tira's help. When you come into a room, you will never want for a friendly greeting or an affectionate nuzzle or head butt. Tira is very inquisitive and will never fail to find new horizons to explore. Her tiny voice will fill your day with conversation. Abys are known to be high spirited, loyal to their person. Be assured that sharing your life with an Abyssinian will never be dull. Tira is definitely a special little girl. To learn more about the Abyssinian personality go to http://www.petwave.com/Cats/Breeds/Shorthair/Abyssinian/Temperament.aspx
Tira came from a local shelter where she was turned in for nipping or scratching someone. The poor thing must have been just so upset to find herself in a shelter, with all those bright lights and clanging cage doors, other cats, and strangers coming through. As busy and crowded as shelters get in the summer, with all those kittens, it isn't always possible for shelter personnel to give each cat time and space to adjust, and so they called us to help this beautiful blue girl. Her foster mom, an Abyssinian expert, suspected that Tira would be fine once she found herself in a home situation, and sure enough, in foster care she has shown no evidence of the behavior that gave shelter personnel cause for concern. Of course, as with any cat, Tira will need time to adjust to her adoptive home, especially if there are other cats there, and just to be safe, we won't be placing her in a home with small children. But on the basis of what we have observed, we believe she will be a loving, contented companion to some fortunate adopter.
Tira is healthy, current on vaccinations, spayed, FELV/FIV negative and microchipped. She is fostered in Pleasanton.
If you would like more information on Tira, contact her foster mom, Karen.