Friendly, affectionate, playful
Mama Cass may be fully grown, but she still plays like a kitten! Crinkle balls and balls with bells in them are her favorite. Toss one and shell go rocketing around the room in hot pursuit of it.
Shes super-friendly and will throw her whole body into rubbing your feet, ankles and arms to ask for pets. She purrs every time shes in contact with you. Shes not shy and she will greet visitors with the same enthusiasm.
Mama Cass is highly food-motivated. Shes not the least bit picky and will eat whatever you give her. She is a bit on the chubby side, so we recommend measuring out the appropriate amount of food for each meal instead of just filling up the bowl. She would just keep eating until its all gone.
Mama Cass hasnt yet met her fosters own cats, so we dont yet know how shell do with them. If she did have kitty friends in her forever home, she might not be the best fit for kitties who are slow eaters because shed be tempted to eat whatever they hadnt yet eaten before they can finish it.
Mama Cass would be a great fit for a family who would enjoy playing with her and cuddling her.
If youre looking for fun new companion, contact us today to arrange a meet-and-greet!
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