Tiny Annamae, also known as Annie, was born on November 1, 2013. She came to FFGW with her sister Tammi, 3 littermates and 4 kittens from their now-spayed mom's last litter. Annamae was her momma’s mini-me and groomed the next litter right alongside mom. Like any true calico, the transition from the only home she knew to a foster home at almost 6 months was especially hard on Annamae. She spent her first weeks growling and hissing at everyone. She did not want to be touched or looked at. But that was then. Annamae blossomed into a new kitten and grew into a fabulous young cat. Now she is up close and personal with everyone she meets. She likes playing and loves to pounce. Still not a fan of being picked up, if you are sitting, your lap is hers. She especially loves watching the kitty TV (fish tank) and will spend hours just watching them swim or bird watching from a window. She is very comfortable with dogs and in her prior foster home spent every night sleeping between two big goldendoodles!!! Annie sleeps in bed with her new foster mom and her cats … and likes it! Pretty, petite Annamae would love to be adopted with her sister Tammi or on her own. We can't imagine why these little girls have not been adopted yet, but the answer could very well be that they have been waiting for YOU!
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