“Hello world! I am Pishu, hear me meow!
I am the chillest, most relaxed cat you’ll ever meet. Nothing phases me very much. Hyper dog? I’ll ignore him. Another cat? I’ll walk by and pretend not to see him. But as soon as anyone pulls out anything that could potentially be some sort of food, I will NOT ignore that! If you open a can of food and dangle it in front of me, I will follow you anywhere. I will do anything you want – you just have to ask! If you would like me to jump on the table, just tell me to come and I’ll leap up there. If you want me to get down, just call me and I’ll jump right down. If you want me to go in my carrier, simply open it up and put it in front of me and I’ll walk in!
I’m very friendly & outgoing. I like to be affectionate and rub up against people. I also make sure to meow to say hello to them every time I see them. My foster mom tells me that I have a ton of character and that I always make her smile. She also says that I’m a bit plump and I should only get portioned feedings – but don’t listen to her about that. I’m sure she really means that you should feed me as much as I want.
While I enjoy being petted and will ask for some lovin’, I only like to be petted for a minute at a time. I can become overstimulated with too much attention. I’m just happy to hang out in your presence and don’t need to be on your lap 24/7.
Likewise I don’t enjoy being picked up or carried around. All I ask is to do things under my own steam without being dangled in the air by a human. My foster mom can get me in and out of rooms, back inside if I slip out the door, into my carrier – you name it – without ever having to carry me around.
I sure would love for you to come and meet me!”
Good with Cats?
Other: Is indifferent to other cats.
Good with Dogs?
Only tested with Smaller Breed Dogs
Good with Kids?
Only tested with Kids Over 8 Years
Does this Animal have Special Needs?
Yes, Behavioral Needs (Pishu can become overstimulated if petted too much and will give a hard nip to tell you to knock it off. Same for if you try to carry him around.)