There were two of us:Mack and Jackie, me. Now only me. because Mack was adopted. This adoption routine is still a little new to me and so I am a little shy when I have to meet new people in a noisy and busy place I have never been to before. But I am a loving kitty who likes people. We were found by a very nice and caring lady who has fostered us for a few months now. Time to go into the world and find a forever home. I am hoping that someone out there needs a little gal like me to hold and to love and to call their own. I am looking for a relatively quiet home where I can workout my shyness and feel comfortable with those around me.
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