Nala with the green eyes won us because she is the friendliest cat ever. She puts her belly up for you and rubs her tiny head on your hand. She is very impressive, with golden spotted fur and tabby markings that give out some Bengal genes. She has a triangular face with two almond emerald eyes that dazzle everyone and is of a petite size.
Nala with the green eyes moved to foster care. She lives with a kind young couple and another tabby cat. To our disappointment, she didn’t adjust fast to a life indoors. She spent her first weeks hidden under and we started questioning our decision, until things started to change. She came out at nights to explore the house. She discovered how to use her meowing as a language to communicate and started asking for cuddles, even when she was under the couch. She got more and more confident until she felt safe enough to unravel her amazing personality. Nowadays, she is walking around the house like she owns it. While her parents are away she awaits for them in their bed, like a tiny lioness. She gets along with the resident cat, but what she prefers is chasing feather toys and being endlessly caressed by her humans, her dad especially with whom she is very attached.
The ideal home for Nala is a home with experienced cat parents, preferably with a man as she clearly has a thing for the boys. The right family is equipped with patience and unconditional love, and has time to spend with her as she is a human-centered cat. She might be a good friend for children but we have never tested that theory. Nala with the green eyes is about 1 year old, spayed, healthy and will be vaccinated.