Who Am I?
I’m one of the cutest kittens you’ll ever meet – and my fellow felines set a pretty high standard! I think my grey, heart-shaped marking on my pink nose and my white mitten paws have a lot to do with it. I was rescued a couple months ago after spending hours crying underneath tarp-covered furniture in a garden where a party was going on. Still mewing pitifully at the end of the night and with no mom cat or siblings around, my rescuer tucked me in her raincoat and took me home.
It was only a matter of hours before I was making myself purrfectly at home.
Why I Make a Great Pet!
My Curious Exploration of All Things New, Including People and Pets. I love being the center of attention, from squishing myself into the sofa cushions next to you to kneading your hair with my paws at bedtime; to knocking things off the coffee table, you’ll never wonder where I am. When my foster parents are busy, I settle on top of the sofa, the arm of a chair or the middle of a staircase – anywhere I’m close to the comforting presence of my people or fellow foster cats. My current foster cat companion Mulan was reluctant to befriend me, but I don’t give up and now Mulan seems to enjoy my flying leaps into her backside to initiate a good chase. At night, we’ve reached a comfortable compromise with foster mom sleeping in between us cats.
Being a typical growing kitten, I explore, play, run around the house with Mulan (her interpretatioN would be me ambushing her!) occasionally knock things over, and hide from the vacuum cleaner. I never tire of the laser pen. All surfaces, horizontal and vertical, are fair game.
My Excellent Health. like all SCAA foster animals, I’ve received the best medical care possible from SCAA’s vet partner, PAW. My fur is silky soft and my eyes bright & shiny. I’ve been treated for fleas and mites (Revolution) and worms (Milbemax) and started my vaccinations (Tri-Cat). My final vaccinations (second Tri-Cat and rabies vax) are due late August.
If I’m adopted soon, SCAA will subsidize half the cost of my neutering at PAW when I’m old enough (approximately 6 months old).
My Ideal Home
I’m a perfect kitten companion for people who find purring a soothing sound (you’ll hear it a lot) and friendly and playful cat. Couch potato people may appreciate my snuggly disposition, but couch potato pets would be highly annoyed by my super-charged approach to play time. I would be great with older kids.
For more information on giving Olivia a forever home, please visit SCAA’s website, contact [email protected] or visit SCAA at Adoption Day on Sunday, August 19 at The Apartment (47 Yongfu lu, near Fuxing xilu // (永福路47号3楼, 近复兴西路 ) from 11AM – 1PM.
Founded in 2005, Second Chance Animal Aid is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and welfare of rescued companion animals in Shanghai through education, advocacy, international-standard veterinary care, and the promotion of foster care as a healthier and cost-effective alternative to traditional shelters. SCAA has Association status with RSPCA International.