Brindle appeared at a cat colony in Jefferson County spayed and with a collar indentation around her neck, so it’s clear to anyone who meets Brindle that she once had a loving family she desperately misses. Luckily, she is enjoying indoor life again with her foster. Brindle also goes by Jump Bump and Whip Tail because those are two of many ways she shows her affection. She likes to mark her human by jumping up to bump them on their knees and occasionally giving them a little slap of the tail. Brindle was recently introduced to super cat-savvy dogs and did GREAT… as long as the dogs paid no attention to her. We wouldn’t say that she loves dogs, but we think she could coexist with one or two that resembled furniture or stayed out of her way!