Abby is a beautiful, slim brown tabby. She was rescued from the outdoors by TCR while pregnant and gave birth to five beautiful kittens in her foster home, all of which found homes.
Abby is shy and skittish at first, but she is very loving once she gets to know you. She will come to you for pets many times a day, and especially loves getting scratched on her chin and rump. She has a loud rumbling purr. She is a very tidy and well-regulated eater, and has a funny quirk of scratching around her food dish before meals.
She gets along well with her fellow feline resident in her foster home and they love chasing each other around the house. She can also get into a game of laser pointer. She is good with cats, but can get territorial with female cats, so males only!
Abby will do best in an adults-only home. She can get scared if chased around and will sometimes bite if she feels threatened or over-stimulated, so a house with toddlers is probably not the best home for her.
She is a good cat with a good heart! All she needs is a little patience at first while she gets used to her new surroundings, and she will be a sweet and loyal companion.
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