Hula

  • AARCS # A37747568
  • Female
  • Young Adult
  • Est. DOB: 06/02/2017
  • Breed: DSH
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    Story

    “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!”

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      Yes, Good with Cats
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      NO DOGS PLEASE!
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Not tested with Kids
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?
      Yes, Medical Needs (Front Leg Amputation (But doesn’t affect her overall).)