Hi there, I'm Sophie
I am a spayed female, brown tiger Domestic Shorthair (polydactyl all four). I am not declawed. **LOCATED IN PUEBLO**Meet Sophie! Sophie is such a sweet girl. She gave birth to 6 babies, and was the most wonderful, loving, and caring cat mom I've ever seen in my life. Even though her babies have found new homes, she still jumps at the chance to take care of any other foster kittens that come through here. She's really low-maintaince, and is a chill and calm girl who just kinda goes with the flow. She spends most of the day just laying around on my bed. She's also so silly. She absolutely loves floor toys, like toy mice. She'll go grab them off the floor, and jump on the bed with it as she meows, and she'll drop it on the bed like she's all proud because she caught it for me and thats her gift to me. She also loves to play, and gets so excited when you play with her with a wand. She loves attention and especially loves when you play with her, but she also very well-behaved independent side to her and would be perfectly fine in the house if you have to leave during the day for work. The only thing is sometimes if she's stressed, then she sometimes uses the bathroom in my tub. But this is only sometimes, and only in the tub so it's super easy to clean up. She has such an amazing personality, so her occasional accidents have never bothered me one bit, and like I said it's only ever been in the tub so cleanup is a breeze. She's good with other cats, but it did take a week or so before she stopped hissing at my resident cats. She's instantly best friends with any kitten though and is super eager to love on them, as her mom instincts kick in. Sophie is the absolute best of both worlds! She can be playful, she can be mellow, and she can be independent. Sophie is everything you could ever want in a cat!Please contact Sophie's foster mom, Katie, at [email protected] to inquire about Sophie or set up a visit. Please allow up to 24 hours for Katie to respond.
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