Despite our repeated best efforts, my cat cannot get along with my wife’s two cats. We’ve tried everything to get them to cohabitate, but she just hides under beds if they’re all out at once. So, we’ve had to alternate letting the different cats out and keeping the other in a room. It’s not fair to any of them, so I want to find a good home for my Peanut. She apparently doesn’t get along well with other cats and cannot go outside, as she has no survival skills. Also, she can’t be declawed, as it’s horrible for cats, increases chances of becoming biters and can lead to their refusal to use litter boxes. So, I just want to find a good home where she’ll be the only cat (preferably only pet) and will be taken care of and loved. She is very affectionate with humans and is a cuddler. She loves snuggling with me in bed and waits patiently for morning pets when I wake up. She just doesn’t get along with other cats. She gets along with small to medium sized dogs who like cats, but please don’t consider adoption if you don’t know for sure that your dog is good with cats. She is not the most vocal cat, but has an adorable little meow/chirp. She doesn’t scratch furniture, but a good cat tree should be provided to make sure she stays that way. She is spayed and litter box trained with no accidents. I wouldn’t be rehoming her if I didn’t feel it was the best thing for her because she is such a wonderful little cat. So, if you would like a sweet little orange tabby who only wants to get pets and warm your lap, please contact me.
Created On: 12-25-2018
Updated On: 12-25-2018