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Souffle is a sweet young girl looking for a quiet forever home! Souffle had a bit of a tough start--she was part of a group of kitties removed from a hoarding/neglect situation. As a result, she can be skittish/nervous of new things (noises, people, places), but once she settles in, she's a complete love!
Souffle hid for about a week when first brought into her foster home, but would purr and purr when her foster mom sat beside her hiding place and scratched her ears and back. She's been in the same foster home since (since October 2015), and had changed dramatically as time has passed and she's gotten more comfortable. Though she still startles, she's quick to come back. Or when new people come over, she makes her way down to check them out after a bit--cautiously, but a drastic change from her days of continuous hiding!
With her foster mom, she's a total ham. When she wants scratches, she follows her foster mom around, and will often present her chubby little belly to be scratched--you'll never meet another kitty who lives belly rubs as much as Souffle! (See for yourself: https://youtu.be/PyToadpggLc) She sleeps on her foster mom's bed at night, and mostly loves to pass her time resting quietly. That being said, she's still a young gal and she's definitely got a playful side. The laser pointer is her very favorite thing, and she becomes like a whole other cat when it gets broken out! She also likes to play with other friendly kitties in her foster mom's home.
Souffle will be best in a home without young children or dogs. She does great with other cats, but could do well as a solo companion, too! She is around a year old.
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