When Pixie and her brother first came to Good Mews, they were not very happy with us. When we tried to spend time with them, they would hiss and tell us to go away. They were pretty upset, but who can blame them? One day they were sitting in a home and the next, abandoned, out in the rain. It only took a few days, and Pixie and Licorice realized we were their friends and had nothing to do with their abandonment. We were here to love them until they joined a new loving family.
Pixie is still adjusting to her new life, and is not real thrilled with living at the shelter with so many cats and a lot of activity. At first she would swat and hiss at people but she is getting a lot better. She will now come out and rub against you, accepting pets. However she will let you know when she is done, so you have to watch for her signals. Pixie would probably really flourish in a quiet home. Once she knows she is loved, we bet she will be an outgoing, loving kitty. She just needs someone to give her a chance.
Pixie would be fine as a single cat, or with another laid-back kitty. Her brother has been adopted and she is hoping her forever home will come soon.