Kitty Smalls won’t bother you until you’re awake, but when you wake up she’ll walk around following you hopefully for her breakfast. Sometimes she will walk into a room and let out a peculiar meow to just remind us that she is there. Once satisfied that she has our attention she will stare at us like we are the curious ones. She loves a good head scratch, but would prefer not to be pet on her stomach.
Kitty Smalls was hit by a car, but is fully recovered. You would honestly never know she had an accident. She also has Addison’s Disease (http://www.cat-world.com.au/addisons-disease), but has no symptoms. Her system is more sensitive to stress than other cats so a household introducing new pets often (e.g. fostering) is not ideal. She will need meds twice daily and requires a check up with a specialist once a year. However, Kitty Smalls doesn’t let this stop her! She is strong, healthy, sweet, and playful – everything you could want in a cat and more!
Kitty Smalls has charmed her foster family and is now looking for her forever home. Come meet her today and prepare to fall in love!
To adopt, call us 416-538-8592, press #1, fill in our adoption online form on our Adopt A Cat page.