I've found this cute female kitten while passing by Oasis Fun pub in Bukit Bintang. She was stuck inside an ad panel and could not find the way back to her mother. Terrified of the outside world, she was unable to move and cried out for her mother nonstop.
- She was raised to be a feral cat by her mother. At first, she is really unfriendly toward humans. After spending about two months with me, she has adapted to indoor life and is really friendly now. However, she still retains a general wariness of the surrounding.
- She is an energetic cat and loves to play for hours on end.
- She is also really curious, loves to explore, and hates the confined spaces.
- She has a strong and independent personality. It took many weeks for her to accept any cat other than her brother. It also took longer for her to accept the new place unlike her brother, but at the same time, she wasn't scared much throughout the whole time.
- After getting used to living with us, she became a really affectionate cat. She would purr loudly whenever I pet her and would seek to sit on my lap always.
- She is generally quiet, rarely meow except for when she smells good food.
She is ideal for people who are working from home and do not want distraction during conference calls but still want an energetic cat to play with during free time.
Health and well-being:
- She is really skillful with the litter box and she take care of her personal hygiene well. She hates being covered in anything dirty. There was a time when she has an upset stomach and pooped out stool wetter than usual. Feeling that there is poop left on her body after using the litter box, she mopped the floor with her ass to clean herself. So it's important that she will not be given strange food or she will paint your floor with her poop.
- She can eat many kinds of food and she eats well. Most of the time I give her dry food of Whiskas brand. I recommend the future owner not to give her human food because the amount of salt, sugar, and seasoning is way higher than that her body can handle. Boiled chicken fillet without salt is an exception. Its smell will drive her crazy as in the video below.
- She has been vaccinated to the second dose. The third dose is scheduled for May 10th.
- She has been dewormed and deflead also. But I recommend the new owner to deworm her regularly (at least every 3 months).
- There was one incident in which after playing, she and her brother hurt their legs, after that they got a fever for a few days. Their doctor said that it's probably not anything serious but recommended getting tested for feline coronavirus (not to be confused with human coronavirus) just in case. The test came out negative. It's something I would like the new owner to know.
Conditions for adoption:
1. Keep her indoors but not caged. No free-roaming outdoor to prevent her from catching diseases or getting into dangerous situations like getting hit by cars or getting chased by stray dogs. It is also safer for her human family so that she doesn't bring back contagious conditions like ringworm.
2. Continue her vaccination and give her medical attention as and when required.
3. Get her spayed when she is 6 months of age.
4. If you can, please give me updates on her situation once or twice a week until she has successfully adapted.
It is advisable for potential adopters to come to my apartment to meet her in person to see if she is compatible with you before deciding.