Hi my name is Meow Meow! My foster mom named this because I love to talk. I have a heart shaped marking on my chest. I get along great with my foster sisters. I love to play and I'm pretty good at sleeping to. I am not much in being held and shy with new people. I loveeeeeee to get head rubs. Treats did you say treats oh my I love treats! Once I get to feel safe in my new home I know I will love to lay around with you. My foster mom laughs because I just walk around the house talking. She keeps asking who am I talking to. LOL But I know she understands what I am saying. I'm sure if I get a new step brother or sister we will get along just fine after we get to know each other . I just need someone who is patient with me to feel secure in my new home. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or go to https://fchsnc.formstack.com/forms/catform_ to put in an application to adopt.
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