Pretty Miss Itty is being fostered through West Columbia Gorge Humane Society, a no-kill shelter located in the town of Washougal in Washington State.
In the eleven weeks we’ve fostered Miss Itty and now that she’s got daytime run of the house, we’ve learned so much more about her. For example, she loves laying in the sun. Who doesn’t?
Also, she prefers to lay with one front paw draped over a back foot.
She cleans herself more than ever now, sometimes showing off her buff-colored belly (a contrast to her darker ginger topside). Fair warning: Don’t try to touch the belly. Miss Itty subscribes to the saying, “Bellies are for looking, not touching.”
Miss Itty can be very serious, especially when discussing her long, black and white whiskers. Or maybe this was our conversation about being brushed. She offered no explanation. She just doesn’t see the point in getting that brush anywhere near her.
Showing she isn’t too serious, especially around snack time, Miss Itty is willing to share kibble with some friends.
Miss Itty isn’t afraid of the vacuum cleaner (*yawn*) or any of the other cats (*double yawn with an occasional growl*) and prefers to spend afternoons napping or hanging out in whichever room we might be.
With her low-key personality, Miss Itty is a sweetheart who will continue to thrive with love, patience, and home stability. She will make a wonderful companion cat for a quiet family or individual.