She is very adorable. Her history is unknown except that she turned up starving at a feral cat station. She is quite senior and so we are listing her as available for sponsorship. She is deaf and so does not know how loud her voice is :p. She also severe stomatitis which a full dental extraction has cured. She is currently fostered by a board member.
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