“I came into my foster home as a very scared putty tat. I spent many days hiding and not eating, too scared to venture into the world. My foster parents weren’t sure if something was wrong with me as I was always hunched over with my tail permanently between my legs. I moved in slow motion and I didn’t know how to play. But I’m learning to embrace life a little more every day.
I am most comfortable and happy when I am playing with my brother Dodo. Dodo and I are pretty much inseparable – we eat, sleep, and meow together. Dodo has gotten me into ninja training which has helped my speed, agility, and confidence. I get particularly nervous when I’m out of sight of my big brother. However, I’m happy to say that I am learning to love humans and their affection more and more. I have especially learned to enjoy snuggles right when I wake up if my humans initiate it of course.
I’ve upgrade my surroundings from the dumpster to a foster home, but now I’m looking for my furever home.”
Good with Cats?
Yes, Good with Cats
Good with Dogs?
Not tested with Dogs
Good with Kids?
Not tested with Kids
Does this Animal have Special Needs?