Minor

  • AARCS # A43708348
  • Female
  • Young Adult
  • Est. DOB: 02/17/2019
  • Breed: DSH
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    Story

    “Yes, hello, I’m Minor. Oh, long time fan? Why thank you, that’s very kind. If it’s not already clear, please don’t let my name fool you. I’m clearly much more of a big deal than it might lead some to believe. Am I one of a kind? Precisely.”

    Minor is a very confident and expressive young girl. She knows what she wants, and she’s already figured out how to get it. What I mean by that is planning and executing, followed by relaxing. No counter top, or barrier is too tall for this girl to challenge. life would be boring otherwise. This girl may be extra curious and persistent, but that also means she’s very outgoing and fearless. Loud noises don’t really phase her, actually it’s more likely that she’s the one being loud. She likes to talk, and is not afraid to tell you how much she’s missed you, or how starved she’s been since dinner the night before.

    She loves to sit and watch out a window, and especially enjoys herself if she’s landed in a sunny patch. She’s happy to munch on some cat grass before carefully monitoring the hallways for her crazy rambunctious foster siblings. Minor is more of an observe, scheme, and attack kind of player. She enjoys the odd wrestle with her playmates, but is usually happier simply watching those hooligans make fools of themselves. She’s very brave, and has climbed to higher heights than any foster cat we’ve had. Luckily, she seems to have everything figured out, because she’s able to get herself down too. Minor and food probably always belong in the same sentence. Unless the word(s) “dislike” or “does not enjoy” are included, yet especially if the word “loves” is used. To keep things brief, yes she’s hungry because yes she heard the treat bag or food dish from the other room. Minor really is such a huge entertainment in our home.

    When she’s relaxing, she loves to just lay around the house and watch. It’s like she knows how majestic she is, so why lift a paw? She has SO much personality and when she’s not thinking about climbing or food, she’s the easiest foster we’ve had. If you have a big window, a cupboard full of treats, and hands available for scratches behind the ears, then consider Minor interested. She can hardly wait to meet her new companions, and rule over her future kingdom.

    While Minor might seem to be out of everyone’s league, who doesn’t want a cat that’s better than everyone? Minor promises to live up to her reputation as #1 cat in the room and most likely to out-smart you.

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      Yes, Good with Cats
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Other: Only tested with 8 week old puppy, definitely avoided interaction and was slightly defensive
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Other: Only tested with teens
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?
      None