And what were you expecting?
Here is Eva among the corn in the garden.
She loved being in the corn. You will note that she has a harness on which is attached to a leash.
Eva is not an outdoor cat but being outdoors makes for marvelous photos! And most of the cats enjoy the adventure. But sometimes they get scared so I have to take them back inside. Eva actually enjoyed this adventure, but she is such a nice cat I would expect her to have a good time.
Here is Eva on the fence post getting ready to take a stretch. The harness and leash is a Lupine product. They are awesome. This one is a pretty purple.
Eva is a long hair cat. She is a gray/brown/black tabby – more of a tweed really. She is a gorgeous cat. She came to us with kittens so right now her coat is not up to snuff .. but wait until next year – she will be even better looking.
Eva does well with everything and everybody. I don’t think this cat has a mean bone in her body. She is great with dogs, cats and children of all sizes. She was in a foster home with a three year old who carried her everywhere – whether Eva wanted to go or not.
Eva earns the title of Ms. Adaptability for she adapts quickly to new settings. She greets her new cat housemates and dogs with a gentle nose greeting. And if they don’t like her, well, she does not take offence but figures it is their lost.
So, great cat for any home!
She is about a year or so old, litter box trained, spayed and up to date on her shots.