Meet the Newest Reviewer here at WtCR!

I’m thrilled to announce that we here at What the Cat Read have a new reviewer on staff. Please allow me to introduce you all to Little Dancer! Dancer will be a permanent reviewer who will be taking over our Young Adult reviews. =^.^=


Little Dancer comes to us after living her early kitten months outside. She arrived in our garage July 2015 and over the course of eight months she slowly came to associate us as her humans. At the end of February of this year, we managed to trap her and began the process of integrating her into our family. The fact that she was a semi-feral and already used to us made the process of integration easier over time.

Admittedly though during the first few months we were unsure if she would settle down enough to become a part of the family. In fact, when we took her in to be spayed our vet said that she was “7 lbs of high intensity spit and vinegar.” But we didn’t give up. Every day we worked with her, talking to her, letting her sniff our fingers, playing with her, the typical things one does when introducing a new feline to one’s home.  Today she spends her time sleeping in either the bathroom or kitchen sinks, wrestling with her sister Sara, pouncing and prancing after spiders and insects that occasionally sneak in, and enjoying endless hours of head bonks and pets. You would never know that she started her life outside.


Little Dancer’s integration into our house, and her joining on with What the Cat Read, has been a huge success! Her sweet disposition, all be it with moments of spikiness, makes her a perfect addition to the family and we are looking forward to sharing her reviews with you all now and in the years to come!


Posted on July 30, 2016, in Updates. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Welcome Little Dancer! She is beautiful.

    • Thanks! We suspect that she’ll stay a small cat as she grows up, but she’ll be very long, too. She is like a little ballerina. And she got her name because I had Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer” going through my head while watching her pounce on leaves one day. =^.^=

  2. Okay she’s adorable! So glad you were able to take her in. Spencer had no issues being made into an indoor cat at all.