Can't find Wilda? Just look up or listen for this black and white beauty. She is a vocal kitty. She is also a bit shy. So if you reach you hand up to pet her, don't be surprised if she runs away, just kept trying she'll eventually let you pet her. Wilda's come a long way, she used to stay above the kitten room, and wouldn't come down but now she roams about and is more comfy. Wilda was born in 2012 and was rescued from a Walmart parking lot. Come meet me at the cage-free Adoption Center!
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