UPDATE: JUNE 17, 2017
Hey, you! I'm still here! I've been waiting since 2010 for you to come find me. Yes, I'm shy! No, I'm not a lap cat, but... I do want to live in a quiet loving home where my special person brings me snacks. Yes, snacks, lots of snacks. I might even wind around your legs for more! We might end up having a great relationship together. You never know!
Fanny is becoming a bit depressed from not being able to get the extra attention she needs in a shelter setting. She has been here since 2010, ever since her kittens got loving homes. She too, deserves to be taken away from the hustle and bustle of Shelter life. She is a reserved kitty, needing a quiet life and an accepting human. She came from a large community of cats living outdoors and did not grow up in a home environment. She is not an expert on knowing how to get your attention with meows and leg rubbing. She is more of a secret admirer. She stays out of your way, but is interested in what you have to say. She wants to be around you and gains courage from consistency and patience. She has begun to allow more petting and takes cues from other braver kitties. She was a great kitty mom and now she needs one too.
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