My sisters and me were rescued from a local shelter. Me and Irene still need a home.
I'm the beautiful tortoiseshell of the group. I'm very talkative and really like people, though to be honest I'm getting kinda tired of going to adoption fairs every week and not having anybody pick me. I just don't get it: I'm very sweet and smart and beautiful -- my coat is a gorgeous splatter print of black, brown and orange (did you know only female cats can be tortoiseshells?). I'm also very curious, and am definitely a leader. One of my neat attention-getting tricks is jumping on the window ledge so that I'm at eye level -- this way my foster mom can't miss me. Irene and I like to visit our foster mom's laundry room, where we help her with the laundry by hiding in the pile of dirty clothes, sitting on the dryer and supervising her loading the clothes into the washer, jumping into the dryer (once it's opened) and sitting on the warm clothes, and knocking over the neat little piles of folded, clean clothes. We know she appreciates the help.
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