I adopted Agatha in October '23 from MADACC to hopefully have a friend for my current cat. Aggie is so very sweet and cuddly, not shy at all. I fell in love with her immediately. She is a very affectionate kitty who loves to give kisses and sleep next to you.
I was told she gets along with other cats (was not told anything about other types of pets and didn't ask, as I don't currently have any others) but I'm not sure if that's accurate. It's been 4 months now and I truly think both these cats would be best on their own. Agatha did well when she was around kittens and has not had issues with kids at all. She isn't a fan of loud noises but not many cats are.
Agatha would do best as a single cat in a home (no other cats). The vet recommended starting her on Prozac to ease her rehoming experience but she hasn't shown any other anxious tendencies. She's currently on .25mg of Prozac daily but I could see her being easily weaned off once she settles in.
I don't have any information about her previous life. She was at MADACC then my vet housed her since MADACC was overflowing before she came to my home so she's been through a bit and really needs a good stable home to feel comfortable. MADACC claimed she's 3 years old but the vet agrees she's more likely around 1 year old. She was found pregnant and was given a hysterectomy at that time.
Agatha is very food motivated!! I purchased several slow feeders after adopting her and will happily give those to her new family (her medicine is given in her food without issue), as well as her litter box and some of her toys.
She just had her wellness check in November and is current on shots and spayed.
Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions! I'd really love to find this sweet girl a loving home where she can flourish.