UPDATED: NOV 21, 2015 - New pictures posted.
MAR 4, 2013:
Lynx is a hard nut to crack. She and her sister were both abandoned in the Nelson County Courthouse parking lot at around 6-7 weeks of age (June 2011). Her sister adapted to humans quickly, and was subsequently adopted, but Lynx is a cat of a different stripe. Trust seems not to be something she has a lot of at this point, and thus, putting her best paw forward when an adopter comes to visit, is not something she can readily do. With a little patience and time, however, she will show her affectionate side. On the other hand, she has yet to find a fellow feline that she doesn’t instantly like. Lynx has the feathery ears of her namesake, so perhaps she has more “wild child” in her than most. It may take a little time to get her to feel the same way about humans as she does other cats, but we believe it would be time well spent for you and for Lynx.
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