We are the T’s L and o ur cat mama found herself pregnant and without a safe place to stay. She was smart and started to hang around this old lady’s house. They emailed Calvin’s Paws about her and they contract our foster mama to come and pick up our cat mama. There were six of us, five girls (four were caltabs, calico and tabby mix,) and one boy, who looks just look mama. We have had a great life so far except we do not get enough attention. We all love to purr, sleep, eat, and play. The things we want the most are to be patted, to sit in laps, and to be loved. Tracie: I was the shyest of the caltabs. My foster mama cuddled me, patted me, talked to me, and loved on me, now I love all those things. I talk to her when comes into our room. I even like my foster’s mama’s dog. My foster mama says I have a spot of the tip of each my ears that look like an eye. I have half gray and half orange nose and its tip is pink. Please, if you want a loving cat that will greet you when enter a room and is good with dogs, adopt me. Thank you, Tracie
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