Status / Details
- Special Needs
Born ~March 2018, F, Scottish Fold
Available June 1, 2020
Hi, I’m Blair. Let me start out by telling you that I am blind. I can see some shadows and a little light but other than that, not much. Does that bother me? Absolutely not! I get around here at my foster Mom and Dad’s house pretty well. I might bump into furniture now and then, but it really doesn’t slow me down. I love to climb up the cat tree and sit at the very top, and I get down with no problems. I have learned to go up the stairs and down again. It freaks out my foster Mom and Dad cause sometime I stick my head through the railing upstairs. I also like to “look out the window” in the living room, the family room, and in my special bedroom. I am a fan of lounging on the bed in my room. Oh, and I learned to use the flap in the door to get out to the potty room that the kitties that live here use (I’m pretty smart).
A little more about me….. My foster Mom and Dad are always telling me what a beautiful girl I am. I wouldn’t know, but it sounds good and I like it. I do like to play and just run around the house. I don’t jump up into laps yet, but if I’m picked up, I will stay on a lap as long as I’m getting scratched and loved. There are several other resident kitties that live here, along with a big Golden Retriever dog, and I get along fine with all of them.
Other than I don’t see so good, I’m very healthy. I like to have dry food available all day long whenever I want a snack, and in the evening I like my wet food. Oh yeah, and fresh water readily available at all times. I always use my litter box and never make a mistake. Brushing every now and then is also a good thing.
So, if you are interested in providing love, safety and a happy healthy home to a very pretty, special Scottish Fold kitty, check me out! I’m available on June 1st!
Blair is fostered in Rancho Murieta, CA (Sacramento Area).
NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!