Madison is a pretty, muted Tortoiseshell who is just 4 years old, spayed, vaccinated and Felv/Fiv negative. She is very loving, will follow you everywhere, meowing for attention! Her foster mom says she can't get enough pets! She isn't really into toys much and when she isn't getting love from her person, she likes to sleep on her cat tree or bed. She loves to make caves or tunnels with her blankets and a couple times we thought we lost her while she was just sleeping in one of her "caves". Maddie gets along with other cats but mostly just stays to herself while the other cats play. After we first got her in, we noticed she has somewhat patchy fur. We thought she may just be stressed, adjusting to her new environment and she was losing her hair but we took her to the vet, had allergy panel done, etc. The allergy report came back that she did have some food allergies so we have her on a specific diet, nothing too difficult to deal with. Just mostly allergic to some grains and fish. Her food can be bought at Petsmart, etc. However, she still has some spots where her hair is thin. Our vet said its not red, irritated or seemed itchy so he believed it's not really the food allergies but that she is just a little OCD with her cleaning habits. She may always have a little thin hair on her back legs where she licks the most but she is a happy, sweet, friendly girl who would love to find a quiet home and someone to cuddle with!
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