This little grey beauty with big alluring green eyes has quite the huge personality. She's got a lot of sass but at the same time is hugely affectionate and loving. She will run to the door as soon as her foster mom walks into the house, and she is very attentive in the morning to the sound of stirring and comes meowing to say good morning. She will follow her human around everywhere in the house and above all else she LOVES her food. She must have strict eating times, otherwise she will ask to be fed all day long...and she would eat all day long! She's a snuggly little girl that thoroughly enjoys crawling all over her human nuzzling and purring. Her favourite resting places include perched up on chairs, foot rests and the back of the couch.
Sandy came in as a stray. She came into foster care from a shelter where she was coping very badly with the environment enhanced by her major lack of socialization. She has come an incredibly long way since she was first taken in. She still has her funny little quirks when it comes to humans showing her affection, and just simply needs a confident cat owner who can allow her time to trust, read her behaviour and accept her limitations. It's so worth it!
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