Description: Daisy is a short haired Calitabby.
Personality: Daisy is a confident, sweet-tempered calitabby, which is a mixture of a calico and a dark gray tabby. Although she can be timid with strangers at first, she will quickly become your best friend and follow you everywhere you go. Daisy loves to be loved and with the typical calico behavior, assumes that she comes first in your life. She enjoys cuddling and giving nose kisses to show how adorable she is.
Another favorite pastime is jumping in her foster mom's lap while at the computer and helping to "type" on the keyboard. Daisy is an extremely smart and active kitten. At 4 mos, she mastered going in and out of the pet door leading onto the screened in porch to watch the birds and squirrels. She gets along great with the older cats in her foster mom's household and being younger and faster, enjoys leading them on a merry chase of hide and seek. It's amazing to watch how she continually outwits her older step-siblings during playtime and then settles down in an obscure hiding place to catch her breath while she watches in amusement as they wonder where she went.
Please take a closer look at this beautiful, independent, little girl. She will make a wonderful, playful companion for a family or person who is deserving of her.
Animal History: Daisy was found in an apartment complex in Durham with her two siblings.
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