I am the most playful and spunky one of my siblings, but I’m also the most independent. If you catch me in a sleepy mood, I may let you pet me. Most of the time though, I prefer to run around and play with toys then take long naps. I can make myself super flat in order to fit in good sleeping spots, like under the couch! I’m still learning from my braver sisters – Pebbles, Josephine, and Callie Jane – so it would be best if I got adopted with one of them. I wouldn’t mind going home with another kitty instead, as long as they’ll play and snuggle with me.
I am a very pretty lady with a unique coat. I know that one day I will be more comfortable around people – you just have to be patient with me. If you have one of those things my foster mom called “da bird”, or even one of those little red dots that I never can catch, I’ll probably venture out pretty quickly. Just make sure I take breaks if I start panting, because sometimes I have so much fun playing that don’t know when to quit!
Because I’m still adjusting to big people, I’d prefer to have a home without any tiny people (or dogs – they’re loud and scary). Please come meet me soon! Don’t worry if I hide from you at first. I promise I’ll come around, if you promise to play with me
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