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In shelter Cat

Brantford, ON, N3T 0G4
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Meet Cora! Cora is a very petite & pretty calico. She is about 2.5 years old. Cora loves to play with feather toys and balls and likes pets and chin scratches. This young lady needs a calmer experienced cat home where she is the only pet and there are no children. When Cora has had enough pets, she will swat to tell you no more.  She can be very sweet and want to be near you but she is also apprehensive and will need patience and time to adjust.  She has had one episode of redirected aggression towards her caregiver. We are not 100% sure of what set her off but we believe it was a combination of being scolded, shooed out of a room and seeing her reflection in a mirror – thinking it was another cat. Redirected aggression in cats usually involves an encounter with another cat that they cannot get at (ie on the other side of a window) - so they turn their fear and aggression on the next best target. In Cora’s case – we believe it was her reflection in the mirror that she could not get at when she was being shooed out of the room.

We are looking for an experienced cat owner to do a ‘foster to adopt’ and work with us to see if we can alleviate her anxieties. She needs to be the only pet in the home and it would be good if she can be in an environment where it is unlikely that she will encounter cats at a window.

Cora has been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and tested negative for FIV/FELV. If you have room in your heart & your home for little Cora and would like to work with us through a ‘foster to adopt’, contact us here or email
Hearts to Homes Feline Rescue & Sanctuary


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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