Patches

  • AARCS # A40104720
  • Female
  • Adult
  • Est. DOB: 8/15/2013
  • Breed: DSH
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    Story

    “Hello! My name is Patches! I am a small, short-haired calico, with some tabby stripes thrown in but I would rather describe myself as the Queen of Cuddles.

    I arrived to my current foster home in late November. Back then I was quite slim, but have since put on some pounds, so I look better than ever these days. A lady never reveals her age, but those in the know suspect I’m just over 5 years old. I shall never tell, but I’m certain that my dainty frame and gorgeous face, in addition to my fish-based diet and beauty sleep, will keep me looking young FURever.

    However, I am not just a pretty face! I have the smarts to match, as well as a thoroughly charming personality. I turn heads every time I enter a room because of my unforgettable strut– seriously, you have to see it to believe it! Not just that, I can spark intelligent conversations with any hooman. I am a very chatty girl, and have opinions about everything, but as your future BFF I solemnly promise I shall keep all of your secrets. Feel free to tell me all about your day when you come home, and rest assured I will do the same.

    My foster mom said I should mention that I am a complete and utter cuddle bug, that is why she calls me the Queen of Cuddles. I love pets and neck scratches in particular, and won’t hesitate to curl up on your lap while you fire up the Netflix. I have been told I am also the best nap partner EVER, and even better if you play with me to tire me out. I’m partial to crinkly shiny balls or feathery mice.

    During my stay at chez-foster, I have become acquainted with the two resident cats; we were a little wary of each other at first, but things worked out after proper introductions. Nowadays, when the old cranks are in the mood, we like to play and chase each other. While I like cats just fine, I am still afraid of the dog that visits on occasion as she is a bit large and too excitable for my liking. My foster family is still holding out hope I will warm up to the Dog, but I may be happiest in a cats-only home.

    But, enough about me! Tell me all about you and your family. How about setting up a meet-and-greet, then go from there? I don’t know about you, but I am looking to get serious, and find my forever home! Till then, you know where to find me!” – XO, Patches

    • 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?
      None