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Pippa C180483

Domestic Short Hair / Female / Adult

Details about Pippa C180483

  • ID C180483
  • Available for Adoption
  • Cat
  • Tortoiseshell
  • Activity Level: High
  • Good with Dogs: Yes
  • Good with Cats: Yes
  • Good with Adults: All
  • Reaction to New People: Friendly

More about Pippa C180483

  • Energy Level: High
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only

Name: Pippa
Age: ~1.5 years
Gender: Female
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Weight: 11.7 Pounds
Dog friendly: Yes
Cat friendly: Yes
Kid friendly: Yes
Litter Box Trained: Yes
Energy level: High
History: Stray litter from MO
Adoption Fee: $150

From the Foster:  

Pippa is very sweet.  She immediately comes to greet you and will rub up against your legs for some pets. She also has a little chirp she does to say hello. She doesn’t mind being picked up but she hasn’t been a lap cat for us (yet). She has a very dainty purr and is a very sweet girl.

She enjoys helping out in the kitchen (so she can drink from the sink) or be near when you wash up in the morning (so she can drink from the sink). Anytime you are by a sink she will hop right up. She enjoys drinking from the sink!

She also loves to sleep on the bed with people. A few cold nights she’s even slept under the covers. She likes to take an afternoon nap on the bed with her foster brother and sister cats.

Pippa does really well with any age child. She lets the kids pick her up even though she is not crazy about it. She enjoys playing toys with them and loves to chase them around while they have a feather on a stick. She has never shown any aggression towards any person or animal. She’s a gentle soul.

She is fairly independent and very curious and likes to keep herself busy exploring (any open drawers, closets, cupboards or boxes will soon have Pippa inside them!) If we haven’t seen her for more than a few minutes we always have to check in closets to make sure she didn’t sneak in! She also loves to play with sparkly balls and feathers on a stick. She will fetch the ball and carry it back to you if she feels like it. Otherwise she’s happy to just bat it around the house.

She co-exists well with our resident cats and dog. After being with us for awhile she has become great friends with our resident cats. They will play, snuggle and rough house together. She is pretty indifferent to our older resident dog. She is not afraid of her but doesn’t seek her out. We currently have a foster puppy that she is very curious about. She watches him from up high and occasionally will come down for a sniff. I’m sure she would eventually warm up to any cat or dog. 

Pippa is a doll that would do well in just about any household, big or small, busy or quiet. She is very adaptable and would love to find her forever home and settle right in.