This pretty young girl was originally judged to be suitable only for the barn program. She likely was upset by being caged, which made her seem too skittish to be adopted. With some love and patience, Binky is now running free in her foster mom's barn and has shown herself to be one very cool cat! She deserves and craves an indoor family home where she can say goodbye to outdoor life forever. She is not your typical cuddly cat, and she may not be suited to be around young children, but Binky is extremely entertaining and engaged with her foster family! She runs to them as soon as they are nearby, crying to be noticed and leaping from surface to surface to ensure that she cannot be ignored. If you allow her to warm up in her own time, she will enthusiastically flop over for a vigorous belly rub, or even to be picked up to cuddle for a short time. She is very playful and loves attention. She may become overstimulated so you need to watch for her cues. Binky is a delightful girl who will charm and entertain a patient family who will enjoy watching and interacting with this playful little monkey. Please open your heart and home to Binky.
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