My name is Cutie, and I am an orange female Tabby about 2 ½ years old. My original family abandoned me, sick and scared, when I was less than a year old. My foster family found me and nursed me back to health and now I am full of fun and looking for my ‘forever’ home.
I have a fantastic sense of humor. I like to play tag and hide and seek. I like to talk with my foster family and tell them all about my day. Catnip and toy balls are my FAVORITE! As playful as I am, I am also very gentle. I never use my claws with my humans and never never bite. I am super affectionate and love to cuddle on laps, be pet under my chin and have kisses on my head. I am not fan of being held, but I am getting used to it! I am very much looking forward to having a family of my own to love.
I am fixed, up to date on shots, litter box trained and I am overall a very good girl with a super easy and sweet personality. I really like other cats but I have some health issues that mean I need to be in a house with healthy cats- ideally a single cat household would be best! I look forward to meeting my new family soon and bringing them all the joy and affection I bring my foster family!
Thank you for considering me!
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