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Female Adult Domestic Short Hair / Domestic Shorthair

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About Daffodil

DSH, Calico
Female, 2 years old

“One moment I’m a stray, the next I’m in a safe and warm shelter with food and water and blankies and a clean potty! I guess it’s not SO bad, but it’s different, okay, and it takes time to get used to different. I’m gonna huddle up in the back of my kennel right now and just try to figure out what everyone’s after, if there’s like an angle to all this kindness or what. Then maybe I’ll let you all know more about me.

"Now that I've had some time to settle in the shelter, I've decided ... this is nice! I've been showing what a sweet, loving, and silly kitty I am. I love giving the staff rubs and greetings, as you can see in the videos, and I am SUPER expressive. I have a face that just animates a ton. I can't wait to be someone's loving housecat! I'm fine with the idae of human children - more people to love on! - but I'm still not so sure about other animals.

"I've since gotten used to people and decided that as long as I get to love you on my terms, I LOVE people. I have my calico personality so I don't really like being told what to do when I don't feel like doing it, but I would love to be a buddy to an older couple or someone who could use a companion. I'm not too keen on other cats and have gotten territorial when visitors came by my home; that led to me biting at my owner at the time, which scared them. Redirected aggression is kind of common in us cats, though, especially when we're guarding our turf and letting others know who is the boss. I really didn't mean any harm and have been good for my handlers here at the shelter. I would really love to go to a home and stay there."

PLEASE NOTE: During our adoption process, we will do a vet check on your current pets or previous pets from the past 10 years to make sure they've been up-to-date with rabies shots (required by law for dogs and cats) and vaccines. We also will do a check with your landlord if you rent.

Adoption Fee: $Adult Cat (6 mo - 7 yr) 150.00

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3 years, 3 months
6.1 lbs
Shots up to date
Pet Has Special Needs
Ok with kids
Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
Behavior Type
Likes toys
Litter trained
Likes catnip
Is food motivated
Favorite treat
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