Zinnia was found on the streets when she began following a team of people working on getting cats in a neighborhood spayed and neutered. She was so hungry, she just wanted some food. They gave her food and checked around the neighborhood and no one knew her, so she took a ride to HELP Humane. She doesnt approach much for attention, we think that is because of living on the streets, people probably shooed her away. But if you give her attention, she will then pursue you for it, knowing you are a kind person. She has sort of a bubble she doesnt like other cats to enter but she doesnt fight, she just gives a small hiss so they know -no closer- She would do fine in a home with another cat but wouldnt be besties with them, she would love the attention for herself. Zinnia, girl, born approx 2012
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