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Now that our female orange tabby cat is an adult, she has demonstrated to us that she wants to be the only cat to rule her roost in our home. I simply need to do what is best for Blaire: it now is clear that our wonderful four year old cat needs a new home, yet, she will be truly missed. Fortunately, for her next family, Blaire is an absolutely wonderful cat to have in your home. She is young, she is very relaxed, and she is also playful.
I think that Blaire is probably the most snuggly and loving cat ever! She often adores being held and purrs while being carried around: frankly, she would be happy if your arms could be her kitty bed! She enjoys a nice relaxed grooming, and although she meows a bit, she does quite well with a bath, surprisingly.
Blaire has a grand purr that can be heard throughout the room, and she is always quick to come to someone’s side with a comforting nudge. I imagine that she would be an incredible comfort cat for people who work with service animals, and she seems like she could train easily. When a person is sad or hurt, Blaire is very eager to support someone who is crying, often meowing along with them, and I swear I have seen her eyes fill with tears. It’s incredible how much love she gives. I know that Blaire will bring a special spirit of loving attention to her new home. Her new family will be fortunate beyond measure to have Blaire the Bighearted as their caring feline companion. Blaire is very interactive, and has been around children and elders since I rescued her at four months old. She seems to be great around all ages and loves to be where the people in the house are hanging out.
She does not have the tips of her front claws and it makes her vulnerable to any predators, so she must remain an indoor cat. Luckily, she loves the luxuries of indoor life, and will meow a pretty song for some extra canned food as a treat. 🙂
She also enjoys “singing” along with piano and other musical instruments, and she “responds” when people talk to her as though it is a conversation. She loves to play with typical cat toys, crumpled paper, string, and the inner top ring of milk cartons(!). If you are interested in bringing Blaire into your life, please contact Sarah at 269-216-8533.