I am in a foster home (my rescuers) right now and trying to get used to being around people, as I lived outside since I was born, but it is not easy as I was not able to trust them when I lived outside. I have had my first shots and been spayed.
If you adopt me please be patient with me while I hide from you, maybe hiss at you and try to learn how to be an inside cat. I cannot go outside as I cannot run fast enough to get away from anyone or anything who wants to harm me.
Please adopt me and help me get used to being loved unconditionally.. and I promised I will return that love when I learn how.
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