May 06, 2019
By Valerie Massie
Ambrosia has what’s called resting hiss face, RHF for short. She can be just hanging out, just straight chillin like the cool that she is, and she’ll like the most unimpressed cat ever. The struggle is real.
When you have RHF, it can be hard to make new friends. Kate, her Toronto Humane Society neighbour, recalls their first meeting: “I thought she’d be really mean at first. She just seemed so hissy. But she’s totally not. She’s really nice. She just has that unfortunate face.”
If you can get by the RHF and actually come talk to her, Ambrosia will tell you all about her love of treats and catnip. She’s a total foodie who is always down for exploring the latest spots in the city. She loves company and good conversation, and after a little bit of small talk, will curl into your lap until your legs fall asleep.
Ambrosia is a classic “don’t judge a book by its cover” case. She is a lovey-dovey purr machine and cuddle magnetic. Visit her at Toronto Humane Society, check out her profile here: www.torontohumanesociety.com/adopt-a-pet/cats/41161296, or contact them at [email protected].