I was a stray, living in the park, when some neighbors brought me inside. Back then I was too shy to even look at people. I spent a lot of time hiding out. Things have changed. I've decided that being out and about, playing, and getting plenty of pets is better! With the people I know, I am the sweetest lap cat around. My foster people think I'm the best cat ever. Hey, I'm just repeating what I hear.
Being around other cats has really brought me out of my shell. I would love to be adopted with one of my friends, like Libby or maybe Matilda. Other cats adore me. Matilda was once an untrusting stray like me, but now she's a loving lap cat too. When I see that Matilda's getting lap time, I rush over to get my pets too. Sometimes we even share a lap if Matilda lets me.
I have a ball playing with the other cats here in our foster home. Every morning after breakfast, the games begin. Matilda and I like to play hide and seek. And we have all sorts of toys to spread around too. This is so much better than chasing down my dinner like I had to do when I was a stray. I get along really well with pretty much all other cats.
I'm a pretty tabby with a nice, round face. I'm super duper soft because of the healthy food I get here. I'm not fat, but I'm sturdily built. I just need patient people and a quiet home with a cat friend. It will take us a little while to adjust to our new people and surroundings. Given time, we will do just fine. And you will have the best cat ever.
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