FEB 11, 2016:
Mildred is nine years old, spayed, a beautiful short-haired tabby, sandy and brown in color. Her shots are not up to date, and she hasn't been to the vet since she was spayed. She is in excellent health, never having had so much as a cold. She has perfect litter box habits and has never had an accident nor tried to mark anything.
Mildred allows contact with one of the two people in the home she comes from. She allows that person to pet her, and she spends as much time as she is allowed in that person's lap. She is accustomed to being around people, and is at home all throughout the house. But she is extremely shy of anyone other than the two people she knows. She has never been around dogs or children.
Mildred is an indoor/outdoor cat. Although she has essentially been a house cat from the age of about four months, Mildred remains mostly feral. The reason she hasn't been to the vet recently is that she is difficult to catch.
Despite this, she will warm up to a new person in the same way she warmed up to me. She is a sweet, warm, affectionate lap cat.
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