Hair Length: Short
My name is Clover, and I’m a special lady! Believe it or not, my petite frame birthed a litter of NINE babies (eight surviving), which is quite uncommon. I was abandoned by my previous family when they moved away and left me behind. Practically a baby myself, I gave birth on a neighbor’s front lawn.
Thankfully, my babies and I were rescued, and we came under the protective wing of the HSCC. A volunteer cared for all of us together in her home until we were ready to be transitioned to the HSCC’s no-kill shelter. I was a devoted and attentive mom, and I was often observed flicking my tail around for my babies to play with. My eight surviving babies are healthy and thriving, and I’m finally enjoying some “me” time and savoring the feeling of being safe and loved!
Despite the neglect in my past, I love people, and I’ll come running when I hear a human voice! I display an endearing flop technique when I’m super happy and seeking attention. I’m talkative, and I like to share my unusual meow with those around me. I LOVE to be petted, but I’m not a fan of being picked up and held. I’m not a lap cat (yet) — I might become one in the future, or I might not. Either way, my affectionate “conversations” and loving nature drive me to develop warm bonds with humans!
It seems that I’ve not had the opportunity to form relationships with other adult cats in the past, but I’m now becoming acclimated to them. I’d do best in a home as an only cat, or with one other existing kitty who’s calm and friendly. It’s unknown how I am with canines, but with patience I might do well with a mellow dog. I should be fine with gentle children older than toddler age, and I’d do great in either a single or multi human household.
If you think I would be a good fit for your home, please make a reservation to come meet me at the Java Cats Café Meowietta cat lounge! I have been spayed and microchipped and am up to date on all my vaccinations.