Butterscotch is a beautiful 1 year old female butterscotch buff and white tabby Domestic Shorthair cat.
She is currently in foster care, and available for adoption now. Butterscotch was a stray cat before she had her kittens, and had her first interaction with people when she received help with those kittens, who are socialized and finding their forever homes now! Because Butterscotch had never been around people before, she is very, very shy. If she is to be the special lady in someone's life, she should be in a very calm, quiet household as the only animal, and with someone who has a lot of patience and love to give. She has developed a relationship with her foster mom, so she rubs against her legs, and enjoys being petted by her, but has had little exposure to other people yet. She enjoys playing with feather wands and other toys. She has a lot of love to give as a single house cat or barn cat. She is also micro-chipped, spayed, and current on all vaccinations.
If you would like to fill out an application please do so at http://catscradleva.org/adopt-today-2/
Updated September, 2016
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