TALKATIVE TABBY LADY IS AN AFFECTIONATE SWEETHEART
My name is Jellybean and I came to King Street Cats when my people were no longer able to care for me. While this made me sad, my new friends at King Street Cats are delighted with my personality and say that a lovely lady like me will find her new purrson(s) and forever home very soon. I hope so because "home" is where I love to be. Do you think this might be your home?
I am an eight (8) year old lady as of this posting in 2015. I'm a very pretty tabby with cinammon, mocha and chocolate in my plush, short fur. I have an elegant blaze of honey color on my face and a snowy white chin. My eyes are a lively green. My ears have tiny tufts of fur at the very tips - sort of like a mountain lion! I am a mini mountain lion!
I definitely do not roar and I am very well behaved but I do love to tell tabby tales. I will greet you with my meows and chirps and tell you about everything that's happened since we last saw each other. I will listen as you describe your adventures to me and offer my kitty commentary in return.
I'm looking for a kind cat lover who seeks the loyal companionship of a "one and only" kind of wonderful girl. Other kitties are ot for me - but you most definitely are. I looove to be with my foster mom. I love to be petted and kissed and nothing makes me purr like curling up in bed with her at night. Do you have room for me on your pillow?
If you would like to share your home and heart with me, I am ready to repay you with my sweet personality, affectionate conversation and devoted companionship. Please come to meet me - it's easy: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for me, Jellybean. I'm looking forward to finding my new home... and chatting with you. Thank you.
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