She is an affectionate little cat, but still a little shy. She has become a lap cat while at StreetCats! She is has been a little fearful around the other cats and is getting better, but we think that she would do best in a home as an "only" cat. We don't know whether or not she would get along with kids or dogs.
Treat time is very popular at StreetCats! Here she is placing her order for 1 handful of her favorite treats. Cassie is vocal when it comes to treats and fetching. That's right, she likes to play fetch with small toys. When she "captures" her prey she announces it to everyone with a strange, "I've got my mouth full of a toy" meow/yowl. I tried to get pictures of her playing fetch, but she always stopped when I pulled my camera out.
As always she really enjoyed her treats and high fives the volunteer who brought them to her!
Cassie is healthy. All of her tests and shots are up to date. When she is adopted we will put a micro-chip under her skin with the new owner's contact information. Micro-chipping is the best way to have your pet returned to you should she get lost. Every veterinarian and animal shelter has a scanner that they use first thing when a stray or found pet is brought to them. To show our appreciation for adopting one of our cats we, StreetCats, will pay for the first year's registration!
If you are interested in meeting Cassie, feel free to come by StreetCats at 6520 E. 60th St, in Tulsa, 10:30 - 5:00 Tuesday though Saturday, or call our message line, 918-298-0104 with any questions that you may have. We would love to show you around and introduce you to her and I’m sure that she would love to meet you, too!