NUGGET – A1101286
Safe - 1-11-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 1/11/17 Nugget’s owner is scheduled to surrender her Wednesday 01/11 around 10am and will need to leave the same day! She is super adorable, petite, and affectionate when she gets to know you! Nugget has lived with another cat and is described as relaxed, tolerant, and exuberantly playful with her. Her owner describes her as having medium-high energy, as well as being very friendly and curious.
Nugget – A1101286
FEMALE, BLACK / WHITE, DOMESTIC SH,3 yrs
FOSTER – WAITING4PU, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 01/11/2017, From NY 11203, DueOut Date 01/11/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation No Initial Behavior
Medical Summary No Initial Exam
3 Years Old, Black DSH, Female
Nugget is a 3 year old female DSH cat. Her family got her from her previous owner 2.5 years ago. Her family is moving across the country and is unable to bring her with.
Nugget is timid with strangers for the first few days, but does allow petting. She becomes very affectionate and more active with them within a few days. Nugget lived with her sister in the past and visited an adult female cat. She was relaxed and tolerant with her sister. They played exuberantly. She was respectful of the other cat; they ignored each other. Nugget hasn’t bit/scratched anyone.
Nugget is tolerant of being held for a few minutes; then she tries to jump away. She is tolerant of being woken up. She struggles a little when put in her carrier and seems more relaxed in hard then soft ones. Nugget tries to jump out of the tub during baths. Two owners bathe her together while feeding her treats. Nugget runs away when brushed.
FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW
Nugget’s family describes her as friendly, playful, curious, and medium-high energy. Nugget follows her family and rests next to them. She lived inside and slept on her owner’s bed by their feet. She eats dry Purina cat food with Friskies wet food (1 can per day). Nugget is litter trained, used uncovered and covered litter box with clumping litter, and doesn’t have accidents. She scratches a vertical carpeted scratching post and didn’t scratch furniture.
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