YOUNG BLACK BEAUTY WITH PLUSH, VELVET-LIKE FUR WANTS TO BE YOUR CONSTANT, QUIET COMPANION
Hello friends! My name is Anne, and I am very happy to be here at King Street Cats so that I can find the quiet, loving forever home that I dream about. I came from a shelter where my time was running out - yikes. You won't be able to imagine such a fate for me once you meet me and fall in love with me.
It was obvious to all who met me that that I'll make a loving and loyal companion for a kind, gentle human so luckily I was introduced to King Street Cats in the nick of time.
As you can see, I have soft, plush fur that appears to be solid black, but when the sun shines on me my beautiful warm chocolatey undertones shine through. It's a little bit like being a part-time tortoiseshell kitty. I have big, round expressive eyes in a bright spring green, and I hope you'll make a connection with me when you look into them.
I have a very sweet personality and a quiet disposition. I imagine myself sharing your days and lounging happily nearby you. I was born in Spring 2014 and I just celebrated my second birthday in April 2016. My King Street Cats friends know that I'll blossom in my forever home and bring my purrson a lot of happiness and delight.
Please come and meet me during our weekly open house hours from 1:30 - 4:30 on both Saturdays and Sundays. You can start by completing an online adoption application. Make sure to enter Anne, the little black beauty with the big bright eyes, as the cat you would like to meet. Visit the "How to Adopt" page for more adoption information. You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for more information about me.
I'm waiting…to love you.
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