SILKY SOFT SWEETHEART HAS A GENTLE DISPOSITION, SWEET PERSONALITY
Hello friends! My name is Oxo, and I am a soft, silky girl born in 2014. Somehow I found myself all alone in the world, outside and hungry. My trusting instincts led me to the back porch of a kind person who gave me some good food and introduced me to King Street Cats. I am glad I trusted my instincts because I am now safe and sound, awaiting my forever home.
The holidays are coming, and the one thing on my wishlist is my very own forever home with a kind human who will appreciate my quiet demeanor, gentle disposition and sweet personality. My name comes from the symbols people use to indicate hugs and kisses in written correspondence - you know, like "xoxo..." That's because I am an affectionate little girl who wants to show you my love.
I would love to be there for you when you come home. I will provide you with f aithful friendship and the sound of contented kitten purrs. I love to sit in sunny spots and watch the world go by. I'm quiet and not intrusive. I have excellent manners. I'm very helpful too - I'll assist you with the dishwashing by testing to water quality of the nice, cool water coming from your kitchen sink faucet if you'll let me! I'm demonstrating this skill for you in some of my photos.
I am a small cutie pie with jet black, short fur and bright eyes that change from green to gold depending on the lighting conditions. I'm silky and soft and you'll love petting me and being near me.
I want to meet you! I know what it's like to be alone outdoors and I know that's not the kind of life I am cut out for - I am an indoor kitty, destined to provide my purrson with happiness.
Please visit the King Street Cats Facebook page and look for me as the featured cat of the day for Friday, November 25, 2016!
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