This is a free listing for an animal in the community who is in need of a new home. This animal is not available for adoption at the Wisconsin Humane Society, but is being re-homed by members of the community. For more information, you can contact the animal's current guardian using the contact information below. Thank you!
Animal Weight: 10
Animal Color: Grey/Beige/White
Rehoming Fee: $25
My two favorite things about Peanut: Peanut is gorgeous and such a little lady. She has the sweetest personality towards familiar adults and enjoys speaking her mind.
Contact Info: Katlyn.firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Location: Milwaukee, WI
Is Peanut spayed or neutered? yes
Is Peanut up to date on vaccinations? Not Sure
Why the animal is being rehomed: As Peanut has gotten older, it is becoming more and more obvious that she would be happiest in a home as the only pet—or Queen would be more appropriate. She does not have time for any dogs or small children.
What are your two favorite things about Peanut? Peanut is gorgeous and such a little lady. She has the sweetest personality towards familiar adults and enjoys speaking her mind.
How long have you had Peanut? I have been peanut’s only owner since 2008 when she was 6-weeks old.
Where did you get Peanut? A partner gave her to me as a gift. (A friends’ cat at had given birth)
Has Peanut ever bitten someone? No
What, if any, medical or behavioral concerns does Peanut have? She has discharge that comes out of her right eye, but she was treated by a vet and it is not concerning. She had eye drops and now I just clean her eye with a warm compress once a day. No big deal. Peanut has a sensitive stomach so her food intake needs to be regulated. She eats an all wet diet because if she eats dry food she will INHALE her meal and then just throw it right back up after drinking some water.
Has Peanut lived with other animals? Yes
If yes to the above, which animals has Peanut lived with? Moses, 15, Male, Housecat Kevin, 3, Male, Dog-Boarder Terrier
Has Peanut actively fought with other animals in the home? No
If yes to the above, please explain the circumstances: The two cats roughhouse like siblings, but she will go after the dog if he gets too close. She is declawed (I was very young and unaware of the facts).
Does/did Peanut hide from other animals in the home? Yes
If yes to the above, please explain the circumstances: She never hides for long periods of time, but she lurks just outside of whatever action is happening. She wants to know what’s up without having anyone else know. Once she is comfortable with everyone she is very social and runs to greet me after work everyday.
How does Peanut interact with animals outside of the home? She tolerates them if they come inside her home....but she honestly doesn’t have much interaction with other animals outside her home.
Are you requiring that Peanut not go into a family with certain types of pets? Yes
If yes to the above, please explain which types of pets you are restricting: Cannot live with dogs. Would be happiest with a family that has no children under the age of 6-8.
Has Peanut lived with any children under 18? Yes
Peanut has lived with children of these ages: 7-years
Does/did Peanut hide or avoid children in the home? Yes
If yes to the above, please explain the circumstances: She avoids my son but is not outwardly aggressive towards him.
Does/did Peanut display any forms of aggression toward children in the home? No
Are you requiring that Peanut not go into a family with children under a certain age? Yes
If yes to the above, please list your restrictions: Ideal home doesn’t have children under the age of 6–unless they are gentle and quiet.......lol
Does Peanut have any fears? Large dogs—she has been injured by a golden retriever in the past.
Peanut's overall activity level: Moderately active
What should the next family should know about Peanut: Peanut is such a doll. I only want to do what’s best for her because I know she isn’t living her best life in my home at the time. If she would be the only pet or strictly other cats, I think she would thrive. We will give her new family a $25 gift card for petsmart which is equal to the cost of her re-homing fee.