“Problem Child” Cat Returned To Shelter 5 Times Finally Finds Someone To Embrace Her Mischief

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This cat, named Kitty, was labeled a “problem child” because of her mischievous habits. She was full of energy and would wreak havoc in whatever house she was in.

She would take toilet paper, pull it and take it off the roll, run away with it and make a total mess. Sadly, she was returned to the shelter by five different families, because they just couldn’t handle this rambunctious little kitten.

Instagram/@thekittythecat

Instagram/@thekittythecat

But then she finally met someone who was willing to give her a chance. Her new mom, Noelle Fischer, couldn’t understand why she was returned to the shelter so many times.

Instagram/@thekittythecat

Instagram/@thekittythecat

“In my mind, it would be the equivalent of someone adopting a child and being like, ‘All this person is doing is crying and eating’ and you know, it’s like, you’re describing the actions of an infant.”

Instagram/@thekittythecat

Instagram/@thekittythecat

This cat’s new name is Kitty, and she is living life like a queen with her new human. Fischer definitely embraces Kitty’s quirkiness. She put cardboard boxes all over the house for Kitty to play with when she has a burst of energy.

Instagram/@thekittythecat

Instagram/@thekittythecat

Kitty has been through so much, and no animal should have to go through that many different families. She was probably so confused every time she was brought back. All she wanted was for someone to love her and appreciate her for who she is. Luckily, she has finally found that in her new mom.

Instagram/@thekittythecat

Instagram/@thekittythecat

Click here to follow Kitty’s adventures on Instagram.

Fischer loves Kitty and her weirdness and wouldn’t give her up for the world. You can watch Kitty and her silly antics in the video below:

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Growing up, Ashley always had a passion for writing. After receiving her Bachelor's in Journalism from Stony Brook University, she now uses that passion to write about the thing she loves most in this world: animals! When she isn't writing, you can find her curled up on the couch with a kindle in her hands and her Guinea Pigs on her lap.
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