We took Tiger's brother in (Felix) and saw Tiger sitting on the step. She would not come to us then but I looked at her adorable face and promised I'd come back to help her. She had her little head titled as if to say, ok. So once Felix was established, off to get Tiger.
Tiger spent the first few days hiding (as expected) and she will be shy at first. But then she comes out to explore and know her surrounding. She just needs those first few days to adjust and understand you are caring for her. (I"m sure she missed the elderly woman).
If you pick up Tiger, she just melts in your lap. She loves to be pet, groomed and loved. She looks like she's in a spa when you are petting her. Relaxed and happy.
She loved her brother, but he was adopted. She will do fine with another cat and possibly a cat friendly dog (she lives with one now). A home of her own to give her TLC would be great too.
She is adaptable.
FIV/FELV neg, wormed and spayed. She is in great shape.
She will be a tiny girl, a very petite one.
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