Marigold came into rescue on June 21st, having been found at a park in Sacramento with two siblings. The siblings scattered and have not been spotted since, but little Marigold was scooped up by a Good Samaritan and placed with me in foster care. She is very shy, but far from feral. Never has she tried to bite or scratch but she was a scared little girl when I got her.
We started our relationship with her slinking around the edges of the room and hiding under the couch. Now, she plays out in the open with her foster pal, Henry, and purrs when held. This little girl has come a long way. Marigold and Henry wrestle and play and, although Henry is a good bit older and larger, Marigold's favorite game is 'pounce and chase'.
Marigold was born about May 15,2016 and has tested negative for FELV and FIV. She will be ready for her forever home by mid- to late-August.
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