She is usually sitting on one of the cat trees or in one of the large beds, with a few of her friends. Lately she has been sitting on the low cat tree nearest the door, the better to get more belly rubs from people going in and out. She is a little shy with strangers, and tends to make herself scarce when adopters come into the room. Once she gets to know you, however, she is a totally charming cat.
Now that you know where to look, come on over and seek her out.
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