Over time, her caretakers began to be able to pet her some while she was eating, then she allowed them to pick her up briefly. From there, she began to trust people and get more and more friendly with them.
Cecily is now happily living indoors and it's hard to believe that she was once feral. She is still shy, and doesn't like to be picked up for long. But when she wants love (which is regularly), she will come to you and sit in your lap, purring away!
Cecily is also very playful and loves her toy mice! She has "trained" her foster dad to play catch with her favorite toy. She is also mesmerized by watching the fish swimming in the aquariums in her foster home. She has beautiful tabby markings, bright orange eyes, and the cutest pink nose!
She is one lucky girl to have let her caretakers know that she didn't want to be a feral kitty any more, so she could be warm and dry inside. Cecily would do best in a home with other kitty friends to play with and snuggle with. Won't you be her forever home?
Approx. DOB 3/16/15
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