Hey, look at me! I'm beautiful and oh so sassy! My foster mom says that I'm a lot of cat in a petite body. I guess that means that I have my own cat attitude but I'm just so cute that I can get away with it. She loves my fluffy fur and big green eyes and claims that I am quite a rascal, but I think of myself as a confident and independent young lady! I say that I have a kitten personality and like to stay active. Foster dad, the photographer, finds me to be a beautiful and talented model as you can see by my striking photos. As for my preferences I prefer to leave the snuggling and petting sessions to other kitties. I'd rather play, run, and explore. Show me a red dot on the floor and I'm after it. I could play for hours with the balls in the orange tower or the feather on the string. And I'm very keen to explore new rooms in the house, so many new corners and new smells. I'm not into high places as much as the low areas and the underneath. It took me awhile to get comfortable in my new foster home. I'm not telling what happened to me before I was rescued by Purr Partners but I was quite scared and all I wanted to do was hide - some secrets are to be kept! I spent the first week in the box springs of the bed but then I decided that foster mom was worthy of my trust and served good meals. Meal times are awesome! I've had some pretty bad experiences with hands in the past but foster mom lets me rub her hands and doesn't try to grab me. I let her get in a couple of nice rubs usually and then I'm off for the next adventure. About the other cats in the house... I've been letting them know that I am the top cat and love a good game of box and chase. I love it when one runs and I race through the house after him. I'm still trying to decide if I like them and want to play. Actually I enjoy having the rooms to myself without other cats to keep in their places. I do love to hang out or play with my foster parents. As foster mom comes into my rooms I run to meet her when she calls me. I rub her; she rubs me; and then its play time. She is quite good with the red dot light. I know it's her that makes the light dance and race around. Then sometimes we just sit together. I've tried lap sitting for a few minutes and consider this might be something I could enjoy as long as all that petting and cuddling aren't involved. Oh, and I do like sleeping on the bed at night and playing with feet under the covers. I've gradually adjusted to my new foster home and feel pretty confident now but I understand that one day I'll have an even better home with a forever human that I'll learn to love and trust. They will be someone who will patiently give me time to settle and to feel confident in my forever home. I don't really think kids are my thing, and as for other cats... well, not to sure about that either. Dogs are a possibility because well, they're dogs not cats! I really want to be your beautiful, quirky, loving only cat, and I promise to love you forever if you give me a chance. Please all you awesome cat people - take a chance on ME! I need you!
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