Fu Di in Chinese can translate to “happy land” or “Paradise.” Well, we do have a happy kitty, but tends to want to be the only kitty in the home according to his former owner (who had two other cats). So, Fu Di came back to Pasadena Humane to try to find a new “paradise” to live in. Fu Di can also refer to “foodie” which can apply to many cats, but we just don’t know about Fu Di. This cute kitty needs a home that will give him some space and give him time to adjust to a new setting. Letting Fu Di adjust at his own pace will help him show his true affectionate behavior. A volunteer recently noted, “Fu Di was slow to come out and greet me, but evenutally warmed up and nudged me for affection . . . and what really got him excited was the wand toy.” Is yours the right home for a Fu Di?
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|Looks Like||Domestic Shorthair|
|Age | Age Group||8 Months | Young|