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; ; My name is Lily and I am looking for a loving home. My foster parents have other cats, and I am so afraid of other cats that I just can?t relax here. I need to be an only kitty, so that my personality can really shine.
; ; A bit about me:
; I am a little girl, about 4 years old. I am nearly all black, except for a couple of white spots on my tummy (which I enjoy having rubbed, once I am comfortable with you). I am shy when I first meet people. When I get to know them though, I am so affectionate and playful!
; ; Note from foster mom: Before we took Lily in, she was living for almost two years with another cat who was very aggressive toward Lily, and we think she has a sort of PTSD with regards to other cats now. She is still frightened of our cats even after being with us for several months. We have to keep her in our guest room, separated from the others, so she stays calm. She is very sweet and affectionate with both me and my husband. We just know she will make a lovely companion for someone who only wants one cat! Currently, we feel like she is a little princess locked away in a fairytale tower, waiting for true love to come and take her home.'
; Please contact Kirsten Coeur at firstname.lastname@example.org or 808-561-4364
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