When it’s time for a rest, Bonnie loves to sit on your lap, especially if her blanket is part of the equation. She has a favorite blanket that she loves to knead and suck on. This magic blanket makes her instantly relax, she starts to purr, and she is in cat-heaven! Her special blanket is hers to keep in her forever home!
Bonnie is a beautiful Tortoiseshell, "Tortie" girl! She has some great markings, especially on her tummy. She loves to explore her foster home and play with her humans. When she is ready for some human loving, she will seek you out for some attention! When petting starts, she starts to purr, it's that easy!
Bonnie likes to play with respectful children (as long as they don’t pick her up). She appreciates pets from the kids, and even sleeps with her 8 year old foster human. If anyone has her blanket on their lap, she will settle in :).
Bonnie will need time to transition into your home, as she still has a tendency to get scared with any new situations or loud noises. If she gets startled, once she realizes everything is alright, she will come right back into the room. If you can be patient, because she is so worth it, she’s the cat for you.
Although she has been in a foster home with cats and dogs, we think Bonnie would do best in a quiet home as a single cat.
Bonnie's estimated date of birth is 5/1/13. Her adoption fee of $50 includes: vet exam, FeLV/FIV test (neg), distemper combo (FVRCP) vaccine, routine deworming, flea control, microchip and spay.
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