Hello there! My name is Emerald. They named me that because of my gorgeous eyes...they are like emerald colored marbles...quite enchanting...the staff gets lost in them! I was left behind in a rental property when my owners moved. I don't understand why they left me, but I am happy that a concerned citizen brought me to NHS. My owners had me declawed on the front. I am one of the sweetest cats the staff at NHS has met. I love to cuddle and snuggle, nuzzling with any human who is willing to sit with me a while. I would sit on your lap all day if you let me. Just resting and purrrrring away...enjoying the closeness and warmth. I can't understand why someone would leave a loving cat like myself behind. But you know what....it is their loss....and YOUR gain. Please stop by NHS if you would like to nestle onto the bench with me. I hope you come by soon! I need some cuddle-time! I'm waiting for you!
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