Katie now at PETQuarters Thornton!
Age: DOB 30/04/18
Location: PETQuarters Thornton
Katie now at PETQuarters Thornton!'s Stats
Suitable as an Only Cat: Yes
Child Friendly: Yes
Cat Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: Yes
Good with Birds: Unknown
Litter Trained: Yes
Activity Level: Medium
Preferred Human Interaction: All the time
Level of Grooming Required: Low
About Katie now at PETQuarters Thornton!
All About Me and My Unique Personality: It took Katie a couple of days after arriving into care after her long journey to calm down and realise she was safe and we were no harm to her. Once Katie relaxed she morphed into a completely different girl overnight! She became a super affectionate girl who loves head butting into anyone who walks past, rubbing on legs and loves a bit of a chat. She enjoys rolling over for a tummy scratch. Katie is also quite a master of jumping and can be found high on shelves or the top of the fridge.
Katie is a super sweet and affectionate girl. She does have a more dominant personality than some, so whilst she is in care with other cats she can be a bit vocal and give a paw swat with less confident cats.
My Ideal Home: Katie’s ideal home will give her lots and lots of attention! Lots! A safe indoor home where not only is she safe, but so is our native wildlife.
What is Known About My Background: Not much is known about Katie’s past life. She was rescued when one of HAR’s dedicated carers did a gaol bust of a rural pound. She had a long trip on the road and was very very stressed out when she arrived into foster care.
How Do I Interact with Kids, Dogs, Cats and Other Pets: Katie is cat friendly; although more dominant than other cats in care. With less confident cats she can be a bit vocal but with cats larger than her she gets put in her place quite quickly. She is still very persistent in claiming her space and her people.
She has no fear or concern with dogs and may even give them a run for their money if they were a bit cheeky.
Katie enjoys all the pats and attention of the children in her foster home; even allowing the toddler to pick her up and lug her around. If she isn’t happy she is quick to vocally let us know.