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Adopted by Diana & Nereida
Look at her beautiful face with its folded ears. This type of flat out to the sides ear is called “Airplane fold” for the look of airplane wings. Scottish Folds are always (hopefully) bred to another breed. If a Fold is bred to a Fold you create a cat who will get very debilitating arthritis in middle age, not good. Scottish Folds can be bred to any breed but most often they are bred to British Blue Shorthairs. This mixture gives them the apple shaped head and the grey (blue) fur that Annabella has. A Scottish Folds’ hearing is fine and their ears do not cause extra medical care, just the occasional cleaning.
Somehow Annabella was left behind. When she came to us, she was quite depressed and low energy. She has had a hard time and it showed in how sad and serious she looked in photographs. As she has gotten to know us a she is showing us more of her happier, affectionate side. She is a loving girl and likes to flop down and get chin rubs. She loves to watch birds out of the window. Annabella did NOT like having kittens next door to her. Just seeing them made her cranky so no kittens for her. Probably she would prefer to be an only cat. She seems to like some adult cats and not others. I have no idea how she is with dogs.
I do think Annabella needs a little more time to get over her past history whatever it is. She will continue to unfold and blossom as she takes up her playful, kitty personality in her new home. She is showing us now that she really enjoys attention. She will show that to her new family even more as a few months pass. I would guess that Annabella is not a good kitty for young children. Let’s make it easy for her and not put her in a home with children under the age of ten. She will be close, loving companion with her new human or humans, grateful for her new home. It is hard to take your eyes off her.
Annabella eats wet and dry food and is litterbox perfect.
Anabella is fostered in Santa Cruz, CA.
If you are interested in this kitty you can contact Harriet by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, location, the name of this kitty and phone contact info. Harriet will get back to you as soon as she can. It you are seriously interested in this kitty it s a good idea to fill out an adoption application. If you are unable to reach Harriet , email us at Info@purebredsplus.org.