This cute little cat started to show up in my neighborhood over 1 year
ago at a location where I have been feeding several homeless and
abandoned cats for several years. She was already ear-tipped. She became
a regular but a loner. She always kept to herself and seemed to be too
shy to try to make friends with the older and bigger cats.
I was completely surprised when a few weeks ago she came with her 4
babies! How this could happen, is still a mystery.
Since this area can get very busy with cars all day and night and has
also has coyotes looking for food at night, I decided that it was time
to take them all home with me. It is not a cat-friendly neighborhood at all.
She will need someone who is very patient with her and will give her
time to warm up to them. She is still shy with me but I can pet her. She
is really relaxed and quite content since she has all her kids around her.
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