Profile Information/Tell us more about this pet Hattie is hilarious. She will yell (meow) at you when she wants something, including out the foster room door (into the rest of the house) for you to pick her up, or if you have taken something away from her. She is the most vocal with the rest of the cats and dog in the house. If the mean resident cat hisses at her, she hisses right back, and although she is sweet and gentle as can be, she will tell him how she feels! Hattie is loud, but sweet. Loves to play with the 4 year old niece that comes to the house. When she throws the toys/ball/mouse, Hattie will pick it up and growl will it in her mouth. She has no bad intentions, she is just a funny loud kitten! She is however, well mannered, not over crazy (for a kitten) and always ready for a snuggle from foster mom! Hattie still loves the dog in the home, even though she will sometimes yell (meow) at the dog for being in her way. She is bossy., mighty, loud, and wonderful. Hattie can leave the foster home on or after January 12th. Adoption fee is $75 or $100 with one of her siblings.
Pets location (City) Airdrie
Cat’s Name Hattie
Breed Guess tuxedo cat
Approximate age 6 months
Approximate Weight Kitten, still growing
Energy Level? Enjoys playing with toys
Socialization aloof/prefers other cats
How does this animal behave around men? loves men
How does this animal behave around women? loves women
How does this animal behave around children? loves children
How does this animal behave around dogs? Check all that apply: Can be around dogs with management and proper introductions
This animal has been introduced to: Check all that apply: Children, dogs, and cats
How does this animal behave around other animals? Check all that apply: Check all that apply Prefers to observe first and will join in when comfortable
How does this cat behave around HUMANS and high value food, treats or toys? Check all that apply: Lets you take it.
Posture is relaxed, no muscles tensed.
Seems very carefree and unconcerned about holding onto food or toys.
How does this animal behave around cats? Yes, has lived with cats
Would like to be with another cat for companionship
Feeding Requirements? No special requirements
Leash/Collar training? Not collar or leash trained
Being left alone? Does OK loose
She will cry if kept in a separate room from her foster human
House training? Litter trained
Car rides? Needs to be in crate
Nail trimming? Does great