North Texas Cat Rescue P.O Box 1504 McKinney, TX 75070 214.454.9395 www.northtexascatrescue.com
I am a very playful, outgoing girl. When I was rescued, my foster was told I was a boy. When I went to get altered, finally they got it right...I'm a girl! My foster kept calling me a girl, but said, you're a boy but you're just too cute for a boy. She deep down was right. My name was Pongo so she had to change it to Perdita. That's ok, she calls my brother Pongo even though his name is Domino. Just couldn't change it after the fact. I love to play and I let Domino know that it's ok and people will be nice to us, he's just a little shy at first. We probably wouldn't do well in a busy household since our foster home is pretty quiet, we like to make our own noise with toys. We love our scratching posts and balls and fuzzy mice to play with. We aren't bothered by a small dog that lives there. She doesn't bother us and we leave her alone. We really need to go together since Domino is a bit shy. Please think of us as we are very sweet kitties!
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