DeeDee was a friendly cat that showed up in the midst of a feral cat colony in town ~ she was hanging around with the "wrong" crowd and wound up pregnant and scrounging for food. You can look at her situation and relate ~ there are many of these "community cats" ~ cats that are either left behind when an owner moves or they are simply dropped-off and left to fend for themselves. DeeDee was fortunate to come upon a colony that was being managed, for that is how she gained a second chance at life. DeeDee was born in 2007 ~ a very sweet and loving lady. She is very laid back and non-dominant with other cats. Gentle, kind, soft, loving....she does not "love" to be picked up and held (her foster mom is working with her on this)...but sit on the sofa and let her come up to you, you will have a new best friend in an instant. She loves being the center of attention and she will most certainly tell you when she feels she is being ignored! DEEDEE IS A LOVE!! She may initially be shy when introduced to new people and new surroundings...she loves her feline companions and we hope her new home will have someone she can bond with too. DeeDee likes to play, but she is not aggressive or over enthusiastic; she certainly enjoys her downtime too!! Loves to be bushed and petted by her humans...just belonging to someone makes her happy and content!! DeeDee should not be paired with an overly timid cat or an aggressive one either...she is pretty even keel and laid back. Should you have any questions about how she would fit into your family...just ask...we are here to make sure that we place the perfect companion for your lifestyle and family. As with all Forgotten Felines cats for adoption, DeeDee is spayed and she is current on her shots and tests. For more information on this sweet lady, please contact Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org
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