She runs and plays like any other kitten. She just does it in her own way. Because of her feral ybeginnings it takes her time to trust people. She's still nervous about anyone walking near her on the floor. Being on a cat tower gives her confidence. Then she purrs and loves petting.
She's a beautiful spotted tabby with a cinnamon color background and huge gold eyes. Her fur is super soft and plush. She does great with other cats and kittens and would do best in a quiet home with another friendly kitten or young cat for a companion.
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