Faith is a friendly 3-year-old black cat with a sprinkling of white hairs throughout her coat - very cute! She came to us as a homeless mother cat, and raised her six kittens in foster care. Now that her babies are adopted, it's Faith's turn to find a home of her own. She's a very affectionate cat who loves to be petted and stroked. Toss her some kitty toys, and she plays like a kitten! Faith suffers from Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome, which causes her to attack her own tail. She is on a mood stabilizing drug to help her feel better. She'll do best in a calm home with a regular routine. Meet Faith at the AFRP Adoption Center in Pacific Grove.
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