• Recently Adopted
  • Name: Tallulah
  • Breed: domestic
  • Coat: short haired
  • Colour: black + white
  • Size: Medium
  • Sex: Female
  • Spayed/Neutered: Yes
  • Age: 6 mnth; DOB: 01Oct23
  • March 28, 2024

About Tallulah

Tallulah has come so far in her time in foster care. She entered foster care as an extremely scared feral kitten in rough shape and it has been amazing to watch her blossom! She is now a spunky, super-smart, adventurous, energetic, cuddly and independent kitten with so much personality! Tallulah is a very clean and lovely cat and she is spayed and ready to find her happily-ever-after forever home.

Tallulah hid for a long time when she first came into care and she was very nervous and scared of hands, but now she enjoys lounging on laps and chests and getting pats and she usually can be found hanging out in the same room as her people. Lazy Sunday afternoons with everyone on the couch are her absolute favourite! Tallulah loves to be patted and will purr loudly and make biscuits. Occasionally while you are patting her she will lick your hand or arm and then give it a gentle chomp to tell you that she is overstimulated and she needs a little break from the pats. This is happening less and less and it’s not aggressive, just communication. Tallulah comes to bed each night and sleeps through the night.  If she happens to wake up early she will go to the living room to play with her toys, but usually she wakes up at the same time as her people.

Tallulah is a very petite girl with tiny paws and a very small head with delicate features. She will likely always be a smaller cat.

Tallulah loved playing with her big foster brother, but she is also happy to play alone with spring toys and balls, or with people and the laser pointer or a wand toy. She has lots of playful kitten energy! Tallulah loves to explore and climb to find the highest perch in any room. She would love a home with a tall cat tower!

Tallulah is very wary of strangers. If you want to make Tallulah a part of your family you will need to be patient and understanding as you may not get to interact with her much when meeting her in her foster home and she will likely be very shy when first coming home. Hiding was one of the survival skills she needed as a feral kitten, so it is probably going to take some time before she trusts you. It will be awhile before you see her true personality shine. When you hear that first purr or the first time she jumps up on your lap you are going to feel like you won the lottery! Building a trusting relationship with Tallulah may take a little time, but it will be so worth it!

Tallulah would probably enjoy the company of another well-socialized cat or kitten that she could play and explore with. Tallulah would also do great as an only cat with humans that will take the time to play with her every day. Tallulah would prefer a home with adults and teens as she thinks younger children are too loud and unpredictable. Tallulah has never met a dog, so it’s unknown how that would go.  (CCAR ID: L23-244)