• AARCS # A39457231
  • Female
  • Kitten
  • Est. DOB: 06/26/2018
  • Breed: DSH
  • Slightly Timid
  • Share Adoptable!


    Smith is an absolute sweetheart who loves people and being social – especially telling stories!

    Smith is more laid-back than his sisters, he would be the chill cheetah to Baker’s house tiger and Tennant’s house jaguar style – he even has the spotted tummy! He loves pets and cuddles. He’s a little reserved and is a quintessential middle child, but for all that he has heard the call of the wild and is determined to explore outside. He will try his luck through doors, windows or any escape route he can dream up so watch out for that! He’s very food-motivated and would be a good candidate for clicker training because of it. He is very talkative and will chirp to himself on his adventures, and he talks in his sleep! And he sleeps hard, because he is very active stalking around finding comfortable hiding places and then climbing and fighting his sisters for prime vertical territory. He likes hidey-holes but also being up high at the right times, he will even jump on your shoulder if you let him!

    He’s a little too attached to his sister Tennant right now, he’s been “”suckling”” her and she’s starting to lose a little fur on her stomach because of it – distracting him with a blanket doesn’t work, but he doesn’t suckle on his sister Baker because she fights back so that’s something to be aware if you have another pet in the house. All the cat behavioralist books indicate that he should grow out of it – in the meantime, it just means he needs a little extra love and attention. If you are looking for a precocious, trusting, social, chatty cat to add some warmth, softness and play to your life – Smith’s the right one for you!

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      Only tested with Kittens
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Not tested with Dogs
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Not tested with Kids
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      Does this Animal have Special Needs?