Abigale is a pretty orange female cat. I found her on craigslist. Her owner died, so there was no one that could take care of her anymore. She just gave birth to 2 kittens, which made even harder for Abigale. I felt sorry for her, so I contacted the deceased owner’s daughter. The daughter stated that she lived out of state, and she was in Florida to take care of her father’s estate. She was unable to take Abigale and her 2 kittens, so I took them home. Since Abigale is finished with motherhood, she doesn’t like kittens. She also doesn’t like other cats or dogs. She would do well in a home without any other pets. I do have a small dog and a few cats, which she tolerates. She hisses and will swat them if they get to close to her. Abigale loves to be petted. If you stop petting her and she still wants to be petted, she will swat at you. I carry her a lot, and she seems to like it. She loves attention when she wants attention.
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