“Well Hello There, I’m Hula. So nice to meet you! I was found outside during a really bad cold snap, suffering from frost bite on my toe beans, and a badly broken front leg. As a result of my injuries, one of my legs had to be amputated, but that stop me from being extremely loving.
I might be a tripod, but I don’t let that slow me down. I am almost fully healed and most of the time, I don’t even notice that I’m missing a leg. I’m proud to say that I’m pretty fast and love to chase my foster-sisters (2 resident senior cats) around, even if they aren’t so keen about this. Some of my favorite things are snuggles, play-time, and of course, catnip!!! I purr almost all the time, unless I’m chirping at my foster-sisters and trying to coax them into playing with me. My foster mum says I may need to learn a bit about personal space. I think my foster-sisters are trying to help her teach me this when they growl at me. This doesn’t really deter me though.
I love giving soft little kisses and will often stick my tongue out, because really who doesn’t love tongue-out Tuesdays, everyday? I really enjoy being held and will often ask my foster mum for “up” by reaching up her leg. If you hold me like a baby and I feel comfortable and secure, I’ll start falling asleep in your arms. I have beautifully colored, thick fur that I’m sure you’ll never tire of petting, and of course, I have no problems letting you know if you are slacking in these said petting duties. I’m working on growing a good portion of it back in, since they had to shave me for my surgery. It’s not my desired look.
Overall, I’m a pretty normal cat, who just looks a bit different. I’m ready to start my new life in a nice warm home. Do you have a spot for me in yours? If so, why not apply to adopt me? I promise you won’t regret it!”
Good with Cats?
Yes, Good with Cats
Good with Dogs?
NO DOGS PLEASE!
Good with Kids?
Not tested with Kids
Does this Animal have Special Needs?
Yes, Medical Needs (Front Leg Amputation (But doesn’t affect her overall).)