I guess you can just call me a “late bloomer”. I was hanging out in the backyard of a lady who was feeding all of us and even though I was taken in and vetted, I just wasn’t ready to trust humans. I came back to where I was familiar with the surroundings and now think I’m ready for all the attention. My siblings have all found nice fur-ever homes and even all the kittens that my sisters and I had have all found homes. I have the prettiest, shiniest jet black coat with just a small white locket on my throat and I’m fairly petite. I come in to my guardian’s house when I really want some attention but would like to be a mostly outdoor girl if you have somewhere safe for me. I’m obviously good with other nice cats but don’t want to be around dogs or kids as they’re just way too noisy! I am litter trained and was even microchipped before I came back, so I’m all ready to go home with you! If you could bring along another cat that I’ve been hanging out with it would really help me feel more comfortable and I’m more likely to stick around with my friend! I am 3 years old and tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV.
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