Pita is a gorgeous brown tabby who was born in 2013 and immediately captured the eye of Middie, one of our male residents. The two have become a bonded pair and must be adopted together. Pita is unique for many reasons. She was born outside and did not have human contact initially so she is a bit shy. We believe she will come out of her shell in a loving home, especially with Middie by her side. Pita is also a polydactyl or Hemingway cat, which means she has extra toes! Some people believe polydactyl cats bring good luck. Middie certainly agrees! Pita and Middie get along with other cats and believe the more the merrier. If you are looking to adopt two fabulous cats, Pita and Middie would love to go home with you!
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