I’m Zoodles! I’m an adorable, high energy teenage kitten with an amazing tail floof. I love, love, love my brofur (who is also felv positive). I am getting used to dog visitors and so far so good. I am not reactive, just cautious. I have some weird quirks such as licking your head to ask for food in the morning, sitting on the tub (between the shower curtains) to wait for food, and using my paws to reach for food while you are scooping it for me. Basically, I love food. I am a bit of a beggar and enjoy all human food, but I am working on my manners. Another thing I love is wands! Feather wands, string on wands, broken piece hanging off a wand. Basically All.The.Wands.

My ideal home would have spider plants or cat grass for me to gnaw on and maybe also a felv cat friend, though not necessary, but I do enjoy playing and require stimulation. There is still quite a bit of kitten in me and I like to remain busy. I enjoy cuddling once I am eventually tired and like to sleep under the covers by your feet or on your chest while watching tv. I am good at only using my scratching post and I keep a clean litter box.

I know my name well and come when called, although that’s hardly necessary to do because I will follow you wherever you go because I have FOMO (fear of missing out). Apply to meet me today and I’ll show you my squeaky purr
and feather duster tail.

Zoodles is looking for a very special, loving home as she does have some special needs. Zoodles has Feline Leukemia (FeLV) which is not cancer but a lifelong virus that suppresses the immune system and can be spread between cats through casual contact (grooming, sharing water/food dishes/litter boxes). As it can result in a shorter lifespan and medical issues later in life we do not adopt out FeLV cats into homes with other cats (unless they also have FeLV)- but it does not affect other species, and cats with FeLV can cohabit with dogs, birds, lizards, children etc. FeLV cats need patient owners with big hearts who are willing to monitor their health and understand that while their time together may not be as long it will still be filled with love and very rewarding.

Estimated date of birth September 7, 2018.

If you are interested in Zoodles please click here to fill out an adoption application , or email contact@streetcat.ca if you want more information on this or any other available cat.