Pip was rescued from a hoarding situation with her brother, Tucker. She is a sweet but shy girl. She likes to be close to people but is still wary of being handled. She is very fond of her brother, who helps her come out of her shell. Pip does love her treats, so she can be coaxed into petting sessions fairly easily. Every night Pip will be waiting in her foster mom's bed with Tucker, waiting for treats. She will enjoy petting and purr during this nightly ritual. Pip loves to be near where the action is, and with a patient and loving family, this little girl will blossom! She would love to be adopted with her brother, Tucker, who she is rarely a few feet away from, but she would probably do well in a house with another confident, friendly cat to show her the ropes.
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