Norah came to Abbey Cats from an overcrowded shelter up north in search of a floofy place to rest her floofy paws and a BFF to lounge with.

Norah has since met Bardot, and these two tiny cat women have turned out to be a match made in heaven!
Both small, social, playful young kitties, Norah and Bardot are getting along great and are really happy in each other's company.
They both enjoy a cozy cat nap, mewing and chirping while playing with foam balls, and eating all the snacks (though you wouldn't know they're big snackers from their skinny minnie figures!).

They both have spicy, strong independent woman personalities with each other, so occasionally if one kitty gets too wild they put each other in check with a little hiss, however immediately after go back to play time.
Norah loves scratching posts, fluffy blankets and playing with crinkly balls.

Norah is still learning her social skills with humans, and loving being in a home that gives her attention.
She is a little timid but warms up quickly.
Norah likes pets and rubs her cheeks against your hands to make sure you know she appreciates it.
She however does give the occasional inappropriate nibble while being petted, although she seems to be confused and thinks it's an affectionate thing to do.
She will learn over time as she is handled more how to give only nice kisses.

Norah would like to be adopted with her friend Bardot, and would do best in a quiet home without small children and with lots of time to give her the love she deserves.

Norah and Bardot


Additional Info

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: Adolescent
  • DOB: June 9, 2020
  • Colour: Gray Tabby
  • Breed: Domestic M Hair
  • Special Notes: Would like to be adopted with Bardot
  • Spay/Neuter: Yes
  • Special Needs: No
  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Good with Kids: Ok with older children / teens
  • Good with Dogs: Unknown
  • Good with Cats: Yes
  • Adoption Date: May 1, 2021
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