We received Brownie not that long ago as a nameless kitten who was described by the vet as being a “genderless scaredy cat.” They had not been able to get close enough to her to determine her gender. We brought her home and kept her in the bathroom. Every time we came near her she hissed and batted her paws at us. For two weeks we referred to her as “the bathroom troll” because she let us know she was to be feared (from under the tub of course). Now however, she is our energetic, loving, adorable “brownie batter.” She entertains us daily and we will be heartbroken to part with her.
It took her time to come out of her shell but truly is an amazing cat. I know that she would make an amazing companion for anyone! She may take some time to adjust to a new home, however, she will adapt quite well and has been working very hard on her cat manners. She has been perfectly fine with strangers coming over these past few weeks and I think she will only become more and more sociable. She greets us every morning with cuddles when we let her in to the bedroom, she welcomes us with sleepy eyes and long song-like meows when we come home and she is all and all a great presence around the home. She will make an excellent addition to a family. We love her very much and hope that her forever family will love her just as much and spoil her rotten.