If you want a pet that runs to you every single time it sees you, looks unique, lies down next to you, head butt's you for scratches, shows affection, looks adoringly at you like you are the king and rolls around your feet, then you can consider getting a puppy or adopt Kierra.
Kierra is the most affectionate cat I have lived it. She has so much love to give and she is not shy to share it. Even my most grumpy cat plays with Kierra. She has this beautiful shiny coat with the most unique design. It's almost like hair on her head. She would do well as a single pet or in a house with other pets. Her favourite thing to do is lie down next to you. Trust me. If you are chilling somewhere, she is chilling next to you.
If you have been looking for a pet to share your day and your life then Kierra is for you. After a long day it is just so rewarding to relax with Kierra next to you. She is so gentle and will make you feel so loved.
Patience: cats and kittens take time to adjust in a new environment. From 2 weeks to a month. They need patience, encouragement and lots of love. They need a quiet room during this period with you spending time with them. The Internet has tons and tons of information and videos on bringing home a new cat and introducing two cats. Please do some research to avoid disappointment.
Indoor/caging: I would prefer my cats are kept as indoor cats with space to run around and play. However this is also up to the adopter. There can be circumstances where cats can be allowed to go out. I am very strict about not caging my fur kids and insist you don’t cage them too (unless required by vet). Cats are curious animals and are constantly exploring their surroundings. Give them space to walk and run around. But also remember to kitty proof your house (especially with young kittens). They will go anywhere, even that open window.
Good Quality Food: My cats are fed some sort of premium brands. Good quality food is important to maintain their health and more beneficial for you in the long run (less vet visits!)
Companions: Cats are very social animals and it is healthier to adopt two so they can have another cat to play or interact with. Especially if you are busy at work or otherwise most of the day :). But if you can only get one cat, then please consider adopting an adult cat. Adult cats are usually litter box trained, spayed and easier to take care. Their personality is developed and you know what you get. They are also more independent and mellow in their games and spend a lot of time napping ;).
Medical/vets: My cats are not spayed/neutered if less than 6 months. You must agree to do so at 6 months. You must also agree to give booster shots (if required) and yearly veterinary examination.
Other Conditions: You will need to fill an adoption form when you adopt my cats. If you ever feel you can’t cope with them, they have to be returned to me. I love to receive updates on their progress and if possible pictures. I will occasionally text you until they are neutered (only to remind you).
Taking care of fur kids is easy. All they need is some food, lots of love & attention and they will be at your side all their life. But before adopting, please consider your financial situation. Good quality food, vet visits, etc will need to be budgeted.
If you have an existing cat or dog, please do research on how to introduce two pets gradually. When choosing a pet as a companion for your existing cat do also give thought to the age and temperament of the two pets. A 10 year old senior who wants to chill all day, may not be compatible with a 3 month old kitten who wants to play all day. And some cats prefer to be alone and does not need a friend. They want to be the king of the kingdom and that's perfectly fine. Do consider your pets personality too :) before adopting a friend.
Lastly, if you work long hours away from home then consider an adult or senior cat. They do not require constant attention and won't be scared to be alone for many hours a day.
Thank you for choosing to adopt and happy adopting :)