Miss Ting is a precious gem who will be a wonderful companion to someone who would enjoy a retired lady of leisure! At 14, she sleeps on the bed for a large portion of the day but enjoys her favorite routines. Miss Ting enjoys a nice supervised walk in the enclosed yard while wearing her harness -- shell find that cool spot on the ground and rolling around before resting for a bit. She loves silver vine, her cute personality comes out when she gets some. She is learning how fun ribbon toys can be and has some playful bouts. She is the sweetest girl who enjoys a good scratch around the ears and neck and will reach out with her paws to get more love. She doesnt miss a meal and will let you know when she would like food. She will greet you whenever you or guests enter a room, she is no shrinking violet. When she has had enough pets, she will notify you. Ting is not so fond of other cats and might prefer a home with adults or older children. Ting has mild arthritis so making it easy for her to climb onto the bed or sofa is something shed greatly appreciate. Ting really is a love bug, with a bit of sass and lots of class!
Prior to adoption, all cats are spayed/neutered, tested for FIV/FELV, vaccinated and microchipped.
This cat is currently in a foster home. To meet the cat, please fill out an adoption application so that well have your contact information, and well get back to you as soon as possible. Our adoption application is on our website here: www.thedancingcat.org/adopt
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