Amber is a very sweet girl with golden eyes. She was rescued from a shelter in Phoenix. She absolutely loves wet food. She'll be shy at first but once you earn her trust she'll curt up in your lap and love on you. She loves to rub her chin on people for them to scratch it. Amber will require a little bit of patience by her new people in order for her to feel comfortable and safe. Amber would do best in an adult home or with children over 16 years old. Are you looking for a sweet, one in a million girl?
Did you know? Black cats are 50% less likely to be adopted from other cats. There is really no difference between a black cat and other cats except black cats have been associated with bad luck and witchcraft, resulting in them being harder to adopt. Help us break this cycle, adopt a black cat and find love.
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