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NAME:
Duchess: Courtesy Post
ID:
062018CP
GENDER:
Female
BREED:
Domestic Short Hair
COLOR:
Tabby and White
AGE:
9 months.
Stunning tabby ‘moo’ cat Duchess was found in front of a grocery store playing with a weed wrapper, right by the road! She came to greet her rescuers and even let them carry her home without complaint, purring the whole way! They decided she is just TOO friendly to survive the mean lonely streets and took her in! She loves everyone (even strangers, guys, girls, anyone!) and is always purring. She’s healthy and sleek and even has natural eyeliner! She is a high energy girl and would do best with a family with an existing cat or another kitten so she doesn’t get bored. Duchess will play non-stop and is very entertaining to watch! She makes very cute (albeit strange/crazy) meows and absolutely LOVES playing peek-a-boo with you. Quite a unique little character! The trick to tiring her out is those hang-up over the door squeaky toys which she will play with for hours on end, though honestly she will play with absolutely anything. Interactive toys are a good idea too. After playing for a while she will happily sit on your lap and she LOVES being held. She loves scratching posts, circuit toys (with the scratching cardboard and ball) and cushions to sprawl out on! Due to her high energy and possible early-life neglect, “Duchy” sometimes passion bites (like a bad baby!) though it must be noted this is not aggression just energy and immaturity on her part. This behavior will disappear with age and gentle training and we only notice it happening when she’s super excited and hyper but hasn’t been worn out! Duchess is not picky with food but has mostly been on grain-free wet food so she looks fantastic! Duchess will need to be homed with another cat-friendly cat or kitten her age. Thanks. - Duchess is fixed, up to date on shots, microchipped and spayed and ready for her forever home! Email us at adopt@kittykind.org about this lovely creature.