Pet of the Week, May 10, 2022: Meet Mischief

By WVUA 23 Digital Reporter Mason Smith

Mischief is an approximately 1-year-old kitty who adores humans and the attention they provide.

Mischief has a love for “making biscuits” that is so deep and true he could also be named “Bisquick” or “Buttermilk” or “Muffin Man.” He will make biscuits on tables, in beds, on your hands and everywhere in between.

This sleek house panther was found as a scrawny kitty under a trailer. His rescuer helped him get healthy but could not keep him long-term. He tolerates being picked up, but isn’t a huge fan.

The Humane Society of West Alabama thinks Mischief would thrive in a calm household where he can pick a spot and watch the birds and squirrels outside.

Mischief isn’t great at playing with other pets, so other household animals will need a decent demeanor to put up with some of his antics. His idea of interacting with other cats is to arch his back and pounce on them without warning.

If you have other pets already, a slow and proper introduction is mandatory to ensure they get along appropriately.

Mischief is neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped and tested negative for FIV and feline leukemia.

Like most animals at HSWA, his adoption fee is $75. Adoption fees help cover vet and care costs, and vet records are provided to adopters.

If you would like to give this sweet, lanky bean a home, please fill out an adoption application right here.

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