If love could be packaged, it would come wrapped in fur. Brown tabby and white fur, to be exact. And that's Edie. Although her life has been long and rich already, Edie has plenty of love in reserve to share with you. Edie came into foster care when her dad, a long time FFGW volunteer passed away. She made the adjustment from a multicat household to being an only child as if born for the role. Her first foster mom was a graduate student, and, Edie was an excellent study partner. She is also very good at naps. Most of all, Edie is a friendly, vocal companion eager to open her heart to you, to climb into your lap and cuddle. Now in a multicat foster home again, Edie spends her days napping in sun spots and chatting with her foster parents. Edie doesn't believe in calendars, and talk of her age bores her. But we do have to tell you that she has been examined by our vet from the tip of her pink nose to the last hair on the tip of her tail and been pronounced in very good health, although her hearing is not very good these days (which helps with the napping).
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