UPDATED: JULY 28. 2016
Beth is not your typical tiger kitty. She’s a Picasso painting come to life. In addition to black and gray stripes (which she has), she also has diamonds, triangles, circles, ovals and squiggles. She’s a one-of-a-kind work of art! With such a wild pelt, you might expect her to be stuck-up and aggressive. She’s anything but.
Perhaps her unique markings intimidate even her, or she’s trying to live down her wild side. We think you will find her to be gentle and loving, never mean and aggressive, but perhaps a bit shy at first but Beth has gotten ever so much more friendly in the past few months.
In a caring home, we are sure Beth will end up being a loveable couch tiger. Beth came to us in October of 2010 as a 6-month old. She was discovered alone and scared in someone’s yard up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. She’s been with us ever since, living compatibly in a room with many other cats.
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