One of Maxfund's vets found me on the street and took me to the shelter because they thought I might be pregnant. I admit I'm super relieved that I wasn't--life on the streets is stressful enough without having to care for little ones, too! I find the shelter very overwhelming and stressful, so I'd really appreciate someone who could give me a quieter home. I do like people, though--scratching me under the chin is the fastest way to shake me out of my case of the blues.
So what do you say? Want to adopt me?
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