Hello! I’m One-Eyed-Jilly and despite having had a little trouble with one of my eyes, I can’t resist a good piece of string that’s been dangled in front of me! One of my eyes was infected when my foster mom first got me, but it's all better now, so maybe my name should get changed to just Jilly! I’m pretty tiny, which makes me the perfect size to curl up in your lap and wait for you to scratch the side of my face (which I love)! Although I’m shy and probably won’t come out to play right away, you can entice me into your lap with a delicious-looking toy mouse, a bouncing-ball, a piece of dancing string, or if you’re patient, the promise of some face-scratches. I play well with both dogs and cats, and enjoy chasing other kittens as well as exploring my space independently. I’ve never had a real home and would feel honored to be welcomed into yours!
If you'd like to take me home, please fill out an adoption application at this site - http://www.animalalliesrescu
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