PLUSH, SOFT BOY RESCUED FROM HOARD SEEKS PATIENT, SOFT PURRSON
Hello friends, my name is Malfoy. I'm a four (4) year old plush, soft boy with beautiful jet black fur and a teeny tiny white bow tie - and I am very camera-shy at the moment!
I'm so happy and relieved to be here at King Street Cats. I was rescued from a hoarding situation along with KSC's Miss Longbottom. She's a wonderful girl - - promise me you will visit her page on this site next - - who was very shy and frightened when she arrived at KSC but has blossomed with the love and support of our volunteers. I want to be just like her!
I see all the cats here interacting and enjoying the attention of our volunteers and that's what I'm working my way towards. I've got my paws crossed that a special someone will want to open their hearts to me and help me blossom into my best little self.
I'm quite shy at the moment. I came out of a very chaotic environment and I'm still trying to make sense of everything. I love it when a calm and understanding volunteer talks to me gently (in a nice low voice) and encourages me with praise and soft petting. My dream is to go home to a quiet place with a patient purrson or family who will understand how to make me feel safe, gradually expose me to larger spaces and reward my progress with affection. I would be most grateful to the human who realizes that if I become overwhelmed I might want to retreat to a safe cubby, kitty bed or quiet sun spot in order to regroup, and that this is no reflection on you as my human or my feelings for you.
If you are this special human, I would like to meet you! We can arrange to meet in a quiet corner at KSC if you will kindly send an email to email@example.com and ask for me, Malfoy. I will repay you with years of loyalty and companionship!
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