Meet Nibbles, born approx. April 27, 2016, She was trapped from a newly-discovered colony in Richmond, and was very sweet from the start. She likes to be held, and purrs like a freight train when she’s stroked – or even when taken out of her crate in the morning. She plays with her toys, and is lithe and really jumps to catch things! She is long-legged and lean, and highly acrobatic! Nibbles is a little shy, and although she likes to be held, she is a bit independent and has not hung out on any laps yet for more than a few moments, but is becoming more and more loving each day, and hiding less when she is out of her crate. She does not nip or scratch, and rolls over on her back for tummy rubs once she knows you. She is a lovely girl, and would be best in a home without young children, due to her shyness. She loves other cats, though, and currently shares her foster home with two resident felines. Nibbles is a sweet, sweet girl."
To meet Nibbles please email Renate email@example.com or phone 510 882-2550
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