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Domestic Short Hair
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Hi I'm Ariel!It's official! Cats rule the world-or at least rule your house. I'm a beautiful 3-year-old girl who has been looking for my perfect house. I may even let a human or two live with me there but they must be perfect and they have to know my rules. I like my space and like to do things on my own terms. Apparently I have cattitude… Who knew!?! I can be social and loving when given the space to do so on my terms. When I'm feeling generous…. you may pet me. In fact, I'll be all over you asking for pets and attention. I will jump onto your lap or even onto your shoulders and head bunt and rub all over you. When I really want attention, I will chirp and chat and roll around on the ground to let you know I'm here. I may even let you give me tummy rubs. When I want to be left alone, I'll let you know with small subtle signs like twisting my ears, or tiny tail flicks. It's just best to quietly end our petting session, so we stay on good terms. I'm usually a happy girl with a funny attitude. Sometimes I like to play with toys especially those pole toy thingies. I like to keep our play sessions short and sweet. When I'm not in the mood for playtime or pets, I like to just hang out in my cat tree house and take my naps. I'll pop my head out when I'm seeking attention.I like to have my own space and get agitated when other pets are around- being a one and only pet would be my dream. I also don't have time or patience for little humans. They usually don't like to listen to my rules so it's best I just live with adults. If that little dog Prancer who's post went viral can find his perfect home, then I know that I can. If you think you can share your home with a sometimes sweet and social, sometimes sassy feline, then pop into the Westside Shelter to meet me. I'll welcome any visitors if it means I'll be going home. Sincerely,Ariel


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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