We were on the "needs rescue list" at a local shelter. The shelter was filling up and we were in danger of being put to sleep, so the Fat Cat people took us home.
I'm the only girl. Let's face it, my brothers are OK, but I'm smarter than all of them put together. My foster mom tells me I'm a very pretty girl, because I have a "ticked" tabby pattern like my brother Blarney, which is unusual. I'm a petite little girl, and will often sit back and watch my brothers wrestle and tumble. But once I decide to join in, you could only describe my style of play as “reckless abandon.” I have the fastest reflexes of all my siblings and once I attack the toy mouse on the string, I never miss. I will trot around with toys in my mouth and growl to show to my brothers that I'm tough; this really makes my foster family laugh. I will run up to greet you and give kisses, and I like to be held when I’m sleepy. My best buddy is my brother Bug.
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