Cassandra is an all-black female, probably born in August of 2015. She’s in good health as far as we can determine. She is very shy, but not at all aggressive. However, we have some ideas about what she does and doesn’t like, thanks to a period of fostering she went through.
Her foster Mom, S., reports that she’s a big fan of string toy mice (remember, cats should always be supervised with string toys). Cassandra also enjoys playing with fur mice, ping pong balls, springs, and jingly bells. She enjoys water fountains and is especially fond of cat trees and bird-watching. S had a soft "house" for Cassandra, who adored it and spent a good deal of time in it. Cassandra doesn’t like all kinds of kibble, though it’s possible she’ll eat some varieties that S. didn’t try.
S. notes that Cassandra enjoys being held but is not much of a lap cat. Cassandra responds best to an open hand held out (as though for a handshake) before being stroked on the side of her face.
Because Cassandra responded so well to a home environment, we know she’ll continue to come out of her shell with some additional patient attention. Can you help this young lady achieve her potential as a loving and loved companion?