Little Olivia is a darling gray and white short-hair kitten, with big green eyes and a black button nose. You can get a better glimpse of her personality in the way her gray spots make it look like she’s either grinning or grimacing, though.

She’s a spitfire, full of personality, and, in fact, despite being 6 pounds, she is not a tiny kitten. We estimate her to be 9 months to a year old, with the soul of a crabby old lady that wants kids to get off her lawn.

Now, Olivia is not a mean cat; she plays and enjoys the appropriate amount of pets and love, as deemed by her. Don’t try to fool her with sweet talk and nice words, though. Patronizing her may get you a smack to the face, as confirmed by her caretakers.

Olivia keeps it real and knows her own mind, which is probably why she does not want to deal with the antics of other cats.

Her tendency to scold humans when they fall out of line may mean she’s not suited for households with small children. Olivia’s purrfect life would probably be as an only cat. She may be open to negotiating those terms, so applications to be her furever home are being considered.

Due to the spread of COVID-19, the SPCA of Hancock County is currently closed to the public.  But, the animals are still available for adoption.  The best thing to do at this point is monitor their WEBSITE, for both animals that are available for adoption, further contact information, and how you can donate to support the SPCA of Hancock County.

You may also email them at info@spcahancockcounty.org.  Call them at (207) 667-8088.

The SPCA of Hancock County is a no-kill facility, and currently has many cats and dogs available for adoption. It’s located at 141 Bar Harbor Road in Trenton. Donations are always accepted. They will take your returnable bottles as a donation, so please drop them off!

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