Meet Boo - a feisty but friendly feline who is ready to be your new furry family member! When she first arrived at our shelter, it took Boo awhile to adapt to the other cats. She still doesn't care much for them (or dogs) but she now co-exists with them as long as they don't invade her space. There's no question that Boo definitely prefers people to other animals and she's usually the first cat to approach visitors when they enter the McKinney room. While she may go after your ankles or give you a 'love bite' from time to time when she's feeling frisky, she is also quite the lap cat. You would think that a cat as personable as Boo would be adopted quickly but, unfortunately, a lot of people still shy away from adopting black cats. And, as if that weren't bad enough, poor Boo has a sensitive stomach. To control her nausea, she can only eat canned Royal Canin High Energy cat food. It will cost her adopters a little more to provide Boo with a healthy diet but we think the love and companionship she has to offer is well worth it! If you would like to give this special kitty a loving and committed forever home, just stop by the shelter to meet her. Boo is a very independent cat and it's probably a good thing she is so self-sufficient. She was found in early January 2017 outside someone's house and 'adopted' by the homeowner. Unfortunately, he didn't realize Boo wasn't spayed and, because she had remained an outside cat, it wasn't until late August of 2017 that the gentleman realized Boo was pregnant. Wanting a better life for her and her soon-to-be babies, he asked us to take Boo in. One of our wonderful foster moms agreed to take Boo and on 9/17/17, she gave birth to five healthy kittens. Boo was a great mom but now, her motherly duties fulfilled, she is ready to start the next new chapter of her life as someone's BFFF (Best Feline Friend Furever)! We wouldn't describe Boo as a lap cat but she does have her moments. She is, however, good company and is a well-mannered little cat. She does NOT like dogs and likes to go after your ankles from time to time when she's feeling frisky or wants some attention. Boo is very playful but her little 'love' nips might prove a little too intimidating (and painful) to young children. If you would like to give Boo a loving and committed forever home, just stop by the shelter and ask to meet her! Primary Color: Black Weight: 11.06lbs Age: 3yrs 1mths 0wks Animal has been Spayed I am available for adoption at the Animal Care Society.