Charlotte is affectionate and quite playful. Although she is spayed, she has mothered little kittens in the foster home. Charlotte loves a good brushing – she will let you brush her for 5 – 10 minutes, go away, and then come back for more brushing and petting. She gets along with other cats in foster home and young children.
We moved Charlotte to a new foster and this is what they had to say only after a few days "She is doing great - she seems to be adjusting well, eating treats, exploring and she is very friendly with us. Taking her a bit to warm up to our little yorkie dog meeko but im sure in time she will.
If you can give Charlotte a forever home, please contact us 647-866-8988 or e-mail info@WeRescueCats.ca
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