Miss Puma came to the shelter because she was being naughty at the school bus stop....no, really!
Puma was reportedly regularly waiting at the bus stop with the kids, rubbing up against their legs to say hello. When one of the sweet children would go to pet her- she would give them a good swipe!
That really sums up this adorable, but spicy, lady in a nutshell. She is very conflicted about what she wants. As a result, Puma is looking for someone patient, caring, and understanding. She wishes she could tell us her story before arriving at the shelter, but unfortunately she still has not learned English.
Staff have been playing games with her to get her more comfortable and trusting. She is learning some clicker training and loves to chase and wrestle various toys.
Fill out an app to come meet Puma and see if she is the right kitty-with-a-secret-past for you!
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