HI, I’m Gemma, and I’m a ninja. Like many ninjas, I don’t associate well with others, human or animal. If someone gets closer than I am comfortable with I will act tough, but really I am a softie – don’t tell anyone – it would ruin my reputation. You can see how scared I was when I first came to the shelter with my babies by clicking here.
I have been learning to share a house with my foster carer, but I prefer to be on my own (usually under the couch) during the day. Night time is a different story though. When all the lights have gone out and everything is quiet, that is when my ninja skills are required, seeking out and menacing all the toy mice I can find. Unfortunately, after I obliterate one to pieces, a brand new one appears out of thin air, so I have to start all over again the next night.
Recently I have been attempting to be a daytime ninja, sneaking around while my foster carer is still up and about to see me. But as a ninja, I still keep an eye on everything around me when I am not under the couch, and like to hang out in the usual ninja places, like under the dining table. The other thing I like to do as a ninja is fuel up on the cat grass plant the foster carer bought me. I was quite happy eating the house plant that used to be in that spot, but for some reason it was moved outside and replaced with a pot of cat grass. No idea.
Hopefully there is someone out there who has a place for a sneaky silent ninja. If you are the one, come and meet me in my foster home in Beeliar.
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The foster carer will then be in touch to discuss this further and arrange a meeting. If after leaving your details you have not heard from anyone after 48 hours, please let us know. Once you’ve decided to give a foster cat or kitten a furrever home you’ll need to come to Cat Haven in person to complete the adoption paperwork before taking them home. We can’t wait to hear from you!