My sister is a mix of white and brownish black tiger markings, hence her name, Tiger Lily. Many felines at the shelter crave cardiovascular activity, and their hyperactive tendencies make my sister very nervous. She often hides in the litter box or stays by my side and uses my back as a shield. I love to protect her and keep her safe, and I must continue to do so in our new home.
Our previous owner did not give us the amount of attention we deserved, and we would love to experience more socialization with humans. We both enjoy soothing patting sessions, so who wouldn't want to spend time with us?
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