Penny was found as a stray who was pregnant. EHR took her in and all her babies have been adopted so now it's her turn. This is what Penny's foster says about her: She is a very sweet cat. She loves being pet and has a great loud purr. She loves to play with balls and anything that dangles, such as my robe's belt. She is not a lap cat although she does sleep with my 10 year old daughter. I'm hoping in the future she'll want to sit on laps for more than a few seconds. We pet her all the time and she loves it...she loves being pet from nose to tail! She will follow you around wherever you go! Hopefully when she is more comfortable in the home she will spend more time on your lap.
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