LOVING YOUNG TORTIE SEEKS HOME AS YOUR "ONE AND ONLY" AFTER FAMILY DIVORCE
Hello friends! My name is Monkey (2016). KSC welcomed me into their family after our own human family went through a divorce and could no longer keep me.
I am a three (3) year old gorgeous tortoiseshell girl. I have bright green eyes as well and that unmistakable, exotic looking tortoiseshell coats in warm chocolate and rich honey colors.
Like most torties, I love to carry on long conversations! I have a repertoire of chirps, tweets and meows that I call "tortie talk," and I'll be happy to update you on everything you've missed during those times when you can't be with me because you're off doing the things humans do. There's nothing like a tortie for friendship, devotion, amusement and conversation.
I also live up to the tortoiseshell reputation for having "tortitude!" That's a uniquely tortie trait whereby I have a strong, sassy, intelligent, determined and hilarious purrsonality along with my own views on the world - which I will share with you through my tortie talk! I'd love to be your "one and only" girl so that we can bond deeply. I don't think I want to share my humans with other cats - I'd like you for myself!
My friends at KSC knew when they met me that I'm the kind of girl who will add so much to the lucky family who adopts me - and they know a lot about cats and adoptions! Trust them - I'm wonderful will prove it to you!
Please come to meet me! I'm ready to offer you love, entertainment, relaxation, amusement and companionship - and lots of conversational tortie talk. It's easy to get started by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and asking for me, Monkey.
I've been a wonderful family girl and that's what I'll continue to be. Thank you.
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