Bugsy is an over the top move in kind of girl. The only drawback to this cat is that coat of hers! She has a mane that simply has to be brushed and brushed and brushed. Her coat can not be ignored. In fact, if you are thinking about adopting this girl, it may be good to have a groomer who will groom cats. If not for her coat, she could be titled: Miss Perfect.
Bugsy is great with cats, with dogs and with people. She is a mild mannered cat who perfers to watch life spin by while once in awhile jumping into the action. She likes to be high: on top of the T console, on the top run of the ladder, or up in the window sill. She enjoys attention and will seek you out and ask you to pet her.
Bugsy does some scratching on furniture but since meeting up with the spray bottle she has turned to using the cat post which is why it’s there. Her forever home will need to have some larger scratching posts for her and will need to keep an eye on her initially. I suspect she was given too much free reign and not disciplined as a kitten. I fail to understand why people adopt kittens and then just let them have a free for all in their home – these same people would not let puppies loose in their home unattended!
Busgy landed in the shelter as a little kitten and adopted a few months later. She was returned which as it turns out was probably a good thing as she was quite matted. Cats do not like to be matted – it actually pulls on their skin and hurts them. I have been working on the mats and most are out … a few more on her belly which is an area she does not appreciate being brushed right now what with the matts and all.
Bugsy would do well in most any home. Bugsy is very much a companion cat. She enjoys being with the family.
Bugsy is not quite two years old.
Bugsy is available for adoption. If you are interested, please fill out an application and email it to us as an attachment. . Click here for adoption application.
Medical: She is spayed, and up to date on shots.
She has been tested for Feline Leukemia and has Revolution put on her once a month.
Adoption fee: $75
Soft Claws: Because PetsConnect has moved to a no-declaw policy, we are using soft claws as a training tool for our foster cats. Soft Claws are soft plastic nail caps for cats. This cat has them on her front paws. To learn more about Soft Claws.
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