I was adopted by a family when I was a kitten, and returned a couple years later. It's an awful story, and I'm trying to move one, and I'm looking for another home, and someone to love me.
I've been a bit traumatized by having to leave my home and people, and so need a quiet foster home and people to understand what I've been through and be patient with me.
This is my original posting:
Me and my siblings were brought to the shelter when we were tiny babies, and we were all given names that started with the letter A. The Fat Cat people saw us and thought we were adorable, and took us in hopes of finding us our forever homes.
I don't like to brag, but I'm the good looking one. I have a beautiful gray mask that covers my white face, and a little gray spot on my pink nose that just won't rub off. I'm very gentle and somewhat cautious at first, but once I'm comfortable, I become very outgoing. I let my sister try things first, and then dive in right after her when it looks like fun. I love to chase my sister around the house, and I like all kinds of toys. I'm very friendly, and will sit in your lap and purr if you give me the chance. When I'm sleepy, I lay on my side and stretch out twice my normal length so you can pet me. I'm a pretty laid back little guy and would make a great companion.
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