Meet ARABELLE. She is one of five little “midnight silkies” with twinkle toes. All four of her toes twinkle bright and she has a little twinkle dot on her lip.
She is like a little fairy flitting around the house gracing it with spunk and beauty. She doesn't need a lot of hugs and cuddles to have fun, she makes her own. Arabelle likes to burrow around in things and her favorite place to hang out is in the window so she can watch all the lizards and birds and bugs. When she wants love she will show up and stand on you while you are lying down, indicating it's time to pet her. She is very easy going and gets along well with just about everybody (cats). Cats are her people and she loves them.
Arabelle is happy and can find plenty of things to keep herself entertained. She is cute and petite and will probably stay very small.
She loves to chase her mice and put them in the litter box. She likes things that squeak and roll. Tear some paper and she comes running to catch it and bite it. Arabelle hopes she can flutter into someone’s life and twinkle bright.
If you are interested in Arabelle and would like to fill out an application, go to: http://www.homelesspets.net/adoption-forms/cat-adoption.php . You may fax the completed application to 713-721-9560 or mail it to HOPE at PO Box 273331, Houston, TX 77277.
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