Stella Sia Star Piede Amici*CZ
Breed and Color: Norwegian Forest Cat, NFO ns 03 23 62 (Black/Silver Mackerel Tabby with Amber eye color) Female
Date of Birth: 06/12/2018
Parents: IC Quincy Satinpaws*CZ and Nora Z Klajdovky*CZ
Medical Tests: GSD IV N/N | PKDef N/N | FeLV, FIV Negative | HCM Scan of Stella’s parents and grandparents NORMAL
Kitten 4-7 months Brno ČR 11.10.2018: Class 12 | Ex1 awarded by Judge – Nurit Pahl
Kitten 4-7 months Brno ČR 11.11.2018: Class 12 | Ex1 awarded by Judge – Jakobs Sabine
Stella is wonderful with people, and even busy home environments when the holidays come around, and family might be visiting. She’s good with kids and loves getting as much attention as possible. She’s not much for head scratches, and prefers gentle pets. Every morning when I’m up, making coffee, the moment I sit at the table, Stella will be there to claim my lap. No rules pertain to this Queen of our pack, as whenever we are in the kitchen, Stella’s on the counter, ready to see what’s cooking!
She’s hesitant of new environments, but the complete opposite is said for new people. Stella has been doing wonderfully, training on a harness for walks alongside with our Berenice. She still hates car rides, and a lot of the walk she enjoys sitting in the grass, even helping herself to a nibble or two. Stella is also very accepting of other cats, as we have two outside cats we’ve adopted that come by sometimes to say hello.
Her favorite toy is a piece of rabbit fur, or tunnels. She loves playing, and jumping at Berenice. When she’s not chewing on the Christmas tree branches during the holidays, you’ll find her in bed, cuddled up with Berenice or her favorite human.
As a mother, Stella is overbearing, and extremely loving. Her first litter she followed around endlessly, crying as if something was wrong when they began running out of sight. All kittens from her first litter showed to be just as affectionate as she is, and open to cuddling with all humans.
For the best interest of Stella, we’ve made the difficult decision to spay her due to health concerns. Stella lost a lot of weight after her first litter, and has struggled to gain weight back over her year of recovery. Her heats have grown more frequent, and have caused a decrease in her appetite, leading to more weight loss. While we’re sad we’ll never have the opportunity to raise more loveable lap cats from her lines, we’re looking forward to her having peace as a spayed lap kitty within our family.