Oh hello! My name is Stevie Nicks.
Im a gorgeous 2-year-old girl who is inquisitive, goofy, playful and sassy. I am currently living in an office with a staff member and she just loves me, quirks and all. I help her work daily by helping her type (stepping on her keyboard), organizing her office (pawing her pens and notebooks around) and ensuring breaks are taken appropriate (play time is a must). I love to explore and take in new smells. Ive explored every crack and crevice of the office, including finding a cozy spot in one of the cabinets. I also like to steal the humans chair when shes not looking - its a great game!
My day goes like this: greet the human when she arrives and sniff her coffee for quality assurance. Shenanigans all morning - exploring, running around, playing in my tunnel and using my cat scratcher. I also love my wand toy. Finding a new place to hide if Im lucky. Ive tricked the human into thinking I need a Churu cat treat daily (hehe), so thats usually our mid-morning bonding activity. By the time lunch time rolls around, I am ready for a nice afternoon nap. Ill curl up in my hidey bed and snooze while the human keeps busy. Then late afternoon Im up and about again, ready to explore and get some extra play time in before the human leaves for the night. (I do great overnight - I keep my litter box clean and dont get into any of the humans stuff Im not supposed to).
A few times, I have graced the human with head bumps, purrs and lap sitting. I cant give away all the goods too soon - have to keep her on her toes!
Now, you probably think Im the perfect cat and I have to say I think I am. But when I came to the shelter, I was really worked up and still have my moments of stress and being scared. I came from a home, so the shelter was big and scary when I first got here. I opened up pretty well, coming out to explore on the first day, but the key to winning me over is letting me go at my own pace. I like to set the speed and come to you when Im ready. I need a little space and time to adjust. Im still not crazy about petting but were slowly building trust and Im getting more comfortable.
So thats me! Im just a little misunderstood and like to set the pace of us getting to know each other. If you give me a chance, youll see all the wonderful qualities I share with my human friends here at the shelter!
Stevie Nicks may join a home with other cats but not dogs.
Stevie Nicks may join a home with children 8 and up. ...
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