When I first came to HATS, I was scared out of my wits. You see, I grew up without humans. It was just me, my siblings, and my cat mother. But I strayed too far and a human captured me. I was terrified! I tried to make myself seem more tough that I actually was. But soon after, I realized nothing would work. I hissed, I spat, I even swatted a few times. But after I calmed down, I took a good look at my surroundings. I had a roof over my head, I had soft blankets to sleep on, and I had a full bowl of food right in front of me. Since that realization, I've come to think of humans as my friends, not my enemies. I really like them now! I love other cats, too. If you are interested in making me a part of your family please fill out an adoption interest form at
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