Recently I began fostering cats for the Hamilton Humane Society of Indiana. For the past month I've had the pleasure of fostering a little kitty cat named Annabelle. She's a short haired tabby with brown and black markings. She's really a doll. Although I'd love to keep her for myself, I do not have the means of paying for her and my landlord is not looking forward to having a cat with new carpet. I'm hoping someone in Indiana will read this and at least take an hour out of your day to go down and visit her. She does have some quirks about her but those may be good for certain people.
Her likes: Car rides, nerf bullets, PLAYING, food, being the first thing you see when you wake up, being the last thing you see when you go to bed, talking, being talked to, being everywhere you are (even the bath tub), chasing her tail, making sure everything is dry by the power of her tongue.
Her dislikes: Harnesses (although it's kinda funny to put one on her), the outdoors, vacuum cleaners, alarm clocks (she actually learned how to turn ours of, so don't bother hoping to hit the snooze button).
I have some video of her just being her: www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8jn1h…
I know a certain someone who she would be perfect for. You should get up and go see her. It's not like it's far away.
I have to take her back to the Humane Society friday so anyone who is interested should go check her out then. I think I'll be taking her early in the day..so ya.