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I’m an Animal in Care at AARCS



Domestic Short Hair


Date of Birth
June 1, 2021

Located In

About Intarsia


“Hello there, my name is Intarsia. As you can see, I am as uniquely beautiful as my name.

I am on the younger side, approx. 1yrs old. I am sweet, loving and a bit playful. My foster mom has introduced me to the laser pointer, I LOVE it! You bet, I can find that red dot with my one eye!!

I am currently looking for a furever home on the calmer side. Loud noises, fast movements, and new places make me nervous and can send me into hiding. My foster mom has been very patient with me, she has made sure I cannot get under the bed, or any other small places but has provided little safe spaces to go to, like a box or a crate. I also love hiding under the covers.

She’s also allowed me to come out of my shell on my own, not forcing anything. She starts with head scratches, which turns out feels pretty dang good. I learned if I inch out of my hiding spot, I get even more scratches like on the chin and tummy, purrrrr purrrr!!

Once I warm up to you, I will show you my gratitude with lots of purrs, rolling around on the ground, head butts, and little licks / love bites (don’t worry, I’m very gentle).

My foster mom says I am such a good little girl! I play with my toys and don’t get into things, I eat well, use the bathroom properly, and have the cutest little meows ever!! I think I’m still finding my voice.

If you choose me, you can truly expect a best friend! I will be happiest hanging out, getting pets, chatting with you, showing you unconditional love, and playing. One last thing, I do enjoy lounging on the cat stand, watching the outside world go by. If I sound the right gal for you, please click that “Adopt” button, and we will set something up.”

Good with Cats?

Yes, Good with Cats

Good with Dogs?

Not tested with Dogs yet

Good with Kids?


Do I Need Special Care?

Yes, Behavioral Special Needs Due to Intarsia's shy and nervous nature, adopters need to work at her pace and not force interaction. Be sure to provide a safe space for the first few weeks (spare room), making sure she can't get under the bed or in any small spaces.

Animal In Care

This animal is currently an Animal in Care with AARCs and is not available for adoption at this time.

Please note that applications will not be accepted for this animal until they have been posted on our Adoptable Animals page.

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