Evelyn is very sweet. As soon as Mom entered her hug room, she stood up and started rubbing on Mom, reaching up with her paws and giving Mom headbutts. Mom couldn't resist giving her kisses! With a kitty that cute and loving, I bet nobody could resist.
Evelyn is going to need to be an only pet in a house without small children. She will also need experience cat owners. You see, Evelyn has what is known as Tortitude. It isn't a bad thing, it just means you need to be able to understand when she has had enough and to leave her alone. She also needs someone who will work with her on what appropriate play behavior is. When Mom was playing with her with a wand toy, Evelyn forgot for a moment that she was supposed to chase the wand and grabbed Mom's leg instead! That was a big sign that play time was over and Evelyn needed some calm-down time.
Evelyn is a very smart girl. Some of the volunteers are working on teaching her tricks. This type of training will help to control her Tortitude. If she had a positive outlet for her energy, she will learn to use it properly.
|Photo courtesy of Cathy Sherman|
If you think you could handle a cat as independent and smart as Evelyn, you should visit her at Wayside and see if you are a good match.
Oh - she is so bootiful. I do hope she finds a good forever home.ReplyDelete
Evelyn sounds an awful lot like a certain tortie I know very well!ReplyDelete
It's so nice of you to try and find forever homes for cat's and dog's. Sure hope Evelyn finds one real soon.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your prayers and condolences on Casper's passing. It was so appreciated that you stopped by. Yes I have some great memories of Casper. I am sure grateful that I had him so long. Thank you again.
Tortitude, huh? This explains a lot about my two aunties... purrsReplyDelete
Thank you SO much for blogging about Evelyn! You always seem to bring good luck to the kitties. Maybe this will be Evelyn's week!ReplyDelete
Crossing my paws that she finds her forever home soon!Delete
She's beautiful! We sure hope Evelyn finds the purrfect home!!ReplyDelete
I am so glad your Mom understands what Evelyn needs...she is TORTILLY gorgeousReplyDelete
She is so lovely, I'm purring that she finds her forever home!ReplyDelete
You are a gorgeous beautiful purrfect girl. My mommy loves Torties and the one who came before, AdmiralHestorb was a tortie.ReplyDelete
DOOD! We're hoping she gets a forever home SOON!!ReplyDelete
What a neat cat! :)ReplyDelete
I just read about Sebastian being in emergency over at Faraday's and Maxwell's blog - please know I am sending him all the purrs I can!ReplyDelete
We're hoping Sebastian is okay.ReplyDelete
The Florida Furkids and Lexi
Hey Sebbie, you take your medicine and get ok over there. We is sending lots of purrs and purrayers for you to get well all way fast.ReplyDelete
PURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRS and Luvs,
Sanjee and tha Resta tha Hotties and Georgey too
Purrs and praying a ton that Sebastian is okay. (((hugs))) to you and your mom.ReplyDelete
Hey, we just heard Sebastian is feeling sickly. Sending healing purrrrrrsss that he recovers soonest.ReplyDelete
Sending purrs to you and your sweet kitty! Hope efurryone is feeling better XOXOXOXOReplyDelete
We hope Sebastian is getting better!ReplyDelete
Best wishes Molly
Saying Hi to you (and dear Evelyn of the Tortitude attitude) Sebastian, get well again, stay well and remember that we love you very much and want you back with us, being a cat, being loved and behind HOME!!ReplyDelete