If you’re perusing this article, then you most likely have an affinity for felines. And the fascinating aspect of cats is that each one is truly one-of-a-kind. Even a tabby’s stripes and swirls are like an individual fingerprint—with no two being entirely identical. Meet Mindy, the tuxedo kitty who’s a total showstopper. She flaunts striking green eyes, a majestic floof, and knows how to work it for the camera. Despite her elegance and charm, she was rescued from a shelter, and her humble beginnings were anything but luxurious. Therefore, I reached out to her adoring pet parents to learn more about this stunning feline and share her story with our beloved Cattitude Daily readers.
Tell us about how you met Mindy!
I first met Mindy when she was just a tiny three-month-old puppy at the BCSPCA in Abbotsford, BC, Canada. She and her littermates had been brought in by a local turkey farmer, and Mindy was covered in mud from head to paw. Despite her muddy appearance, I knew right away that she was the one for me.
And what about her name?
There’s no exciting story behind Mindy’s name – she was already named when I adopted her from the BCSPCA, and it just seemed to fit her perfectly.
Can you describe Mindy’s personality?
Mindy, the black-and-white tuxedo cat, has a complex personality. On one hand, she displays remarkable bravery, but on the other hand, she is easily frightened by various things. She undoubtedly rules the household, holding the crown of Queen. Thanks to her long tail, she can gracefully balance on a thread if given the chance. Furthermore, her unusual gait is comparable to that of a runway model at times.
Does Mindy share her home with any other pets?
Mindy has an older sister called Belle who isn’t biologically related to her; they were adopted within 24 hours of each other and have grown up together. Even though they are six months apart in age, they barely tolerate each other without being besties. Belle lacks the courage to challenge Mindy’s self-proclaimed title of Queen of the house.
What are Mindy’s preferred leisure activities?
Mindy’s number one pastime is making her sister Belle’s life difficult. Activities like eating, sleeping, and cleaning take a backseat to this. Although she enjoys being outside, she is prone to wandering and has gone missing twice for two days each time. The second disappearance occurred during a rainstorm when she snuck out. We were distraught and hired a $1,000 Pet Detective to look for her. However, she returned to the back door as if nothing was wrong before we could even start the search. Mindy likes to climb door frames as if they were trees and then take off as if it’s a game. She adores playing with lasers and can chase them regardless of how fast they move. She is quick on her feet but not particularly brilliant. Despite pretending to hate her older sister, she mimics everything her sibling does. Lastly, Mindy likes to cuddle with her dad while he watches TV during her daily nap.
Do you know what’s unique about Mindy? Well, she’s a talkative kitty who loves to engage in conversations with people. Mindy is also very friendly and always greets everyone with a warm “hello”. Interestingly, many people mistake her for a male cat named “Sylvester” when they first meet her. I’d like to express my gratitude to James and Nicole, who are the proud owners of Mindy, for their willingness to answer my queries regarding their furry friend and allowing me to showcase her adorable pictures. It’s apparent that sometimes shelter cats have a higher calling, but all they need is a compassionate and kind-hearted person like James and Nicole to give them the opportunity they deserve!
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