Opal is a gorgeous, Russian-blue coloring, born in mid 2014, she is a spayed female cat. She was trapped in a residential Walnut Creek neighborhood after being left behind when family moved.
She takes a little time to get to know and trust you but when she does, she purrs, blinks and loves being pet. She's beautiful, petite and is easy going. She is comfortable with other cats. Needs a calm loving home.
CC4C Contact: Gemma, firstname.lastname@example.org, 925-708-8395
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