Eugenia came to us at just under 3 months old with her brother (Stayner) and was extremely timid. From what we know, she had little to no contact with humans while living outside.

Eugenia is a shy, timid kitten who hasn't quite caught on to the idea of having a loving relationship with a human. When we first got her, she hissed every time we walked into the room but never showed any other form of aggression. She still tends to hiss once in awhile if you don't warn her that you are coming in for a petting session but at the same time, we have caught her purring during those chin scratches. She will let you pick her up during feeding time as she knows theres food at the end of it but if you try and pick her up any other time, she will scurry. Even though she still isn't the most trusting of humans, she is getting there and is showing signs of being a super loving kitten. Side note: Eugenia is food motivated, so it's how we've been helping her become more social.

She is an all black kitty and we call her and her brother our little panthers!

Currently, they are being fostered with 2 other kittens (our own) who they are great with. They live in an apartment with 2 adults and no children.

Eugenia needs to go to a home that has another playful and social kitten as they can really help her come out of her shell - this is super important. I also don't think she'd be good with children or a dog as it may be a bit over stimulating. She needs a mature home with someone that has experience with cats and knows that she will require patience.

This cat needs to be adopted with a cat in the program or have another cat at home


Additional Info

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: Kitten
  • DOB: March 17, 2020
  • Colour: Black
  • Breed: Domestic S Hair
  • Special Notes: Good with older kids.
  • Spay/Neuter: Yes
  • Special Needs: No
  • Microchipped: No
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Good with Kids: Yes
  • Good with Dogs: No
  • Good with Cats: Yes
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