Tali is a happy 8-9 month old dilute calico girl, who was found living in a drainage pipe by her foster mom who trapped her and after getting her vetted has been working with her to tame her. She has had all her tests and shots and is spayed. She never was a cat who hissed or growled at people, just scared, but has really learned to like people. She always wants to be near you and loves attention and affection. Just say her name and wiggle your fingers and here she comes to rub on you! She is used to big active dogs and other cats. She is playful with the other cats, but would likely not be good around small children as she is still building confidence in people and would do best a a quieter house. Tali needs someone with the patience to help her keep learning trust and love. If you would like more information or to meet her, call her foster mom Dee Sams at 919-868-0431, email email@example.com, or fill out an application to adopt her at www.fchsnc.org
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