Sontag is a week younger than her foster siblings, and was much smaller as a newborn. She kept close to her bigger brother to learn how to navigate the world. Even still, she is usually the shadow following behind one of her siblings. She is somewhat timid and will look for a person or another cat when she is scared, but she immediately begins purring loudly when she realizes she’s not alone.
Sontag is very playful with both people and other cats. She’s not overly affectionate with humans, but she’s always cuddling with one of her siblings.
She gets along with cats, dogs, and young children, and would do best in a home with a playmate, especially her brother, Hazlitt.
Approx. DOB 4/5/16
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