Description: Freya is a gorgeous calico with white paws and belly. One ear is orange, the other mostly black. The black markings around her eyes give her a quizzical expression.
Personality: Freya was a bottle baby and is very people-centric. Her siblings have been adopted so she now hangs out with two young cats 6 and 10 months older (and two tiny dogs who she tries to avoid). When she can't persuade the other cats to play, Freya will follow me around the house and 'help' with chores. She likes to be around people and will curl up near us on the sofa... and purr. Her favorite toys are stuffed mice that she bats and carries around, pretending to be a fierce huntress. Active and friendly, she would love a home with another cat to play with. Freya's foster household consists of two adults, two teenage children, two tiny dogs, and three other cats.
Animal History: Freya is a bottle baby; her mother was killed by a car.
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