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; ; Poor Ginger was adopted as a kitten from the Oakland shelter, and now her adopter is being evicted, and cannot keep her. She is a sweet, affectionate cat. She has been living without other cat since she was adopted at three months of age.
; ; Foster bio: Ginger is a ten-month-old cat with beautiful yellow eyes, soft white fur, and orange rings on her tail. She was surrendered to Milo by someone who adopted her as a young kitten, but had to give her up when their home was lost. She was cautious when she first arrived, but warmed up after a day or two, and enjoys being held and petted. Her fur smells nice, and she grooms herself a lot. She loves chasing the laser pointer, or batting a cat dancer. Generally she is a mellow cat, and not the least bit destructive. She doesn?t claw the furniture, doesn?t extend her claws while she?s being held, and always uses the litter box. In her previous home, she was an only cat, and although she tolerates the other foster cats, she would do best as an only cat in her new home.' **(Now that we know she is FELV+, she will need a home with another FELV+ cat, or as an only cat.***
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