My brothers and sisters and me were rescued a few months ago from a local shelter. We had colds and were going to be put to sleep, but the Fat Cat people saw our pathetic photos and took us and gave us some medicine and now we're fine. We are all very sweet and start purring the moment we're petted.
I'm a people kitten: I love to be around people and follow people around, and love to be held and get lots of pets. I'm also very curious, and like to supervise my foster mom while she does laundry -- me and my brother Cooper like to jump inside the dryer when my foster mom opens the door. We also like to jump on and hide inside the pile of warm, freshly-laundered clothes and surprise our foster mom.
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