This little doll face is such an awesome cat. She has quite a story to tell. She was living on the streets and as you can see from the eartip, she was spayed as part of a TNR (trap/neuter/return) program. She was being fed and doing ok but then she was injured. The people feeding called us for help with her and they trapped her and brought her to us. Her front paw was pretty mangled and we first thought the leg might need to be amputated but we took a conservative approach and it ended up she only lost a couple toes. So, one leg is a bit shorter than the other one, however, that doesn't bother her. After only a few weeks with us, she showed us she wasn't feral but really loved people. And boy does she love people. She will do everything in the book to get your attention for some affection. From doing tricks, rolling around showing her belly or just grabbing your hand and pulling it to her for you to pet. Now, how can anyone resist that? Can you? Mercy, girl, born approx. 2011
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