Tiger Lily's foster mom writes: "Tiger Lily was extremely shy as a young kitten; much more so than her siblings. But she has become more outgoing and friendly over the weeks and months . Now she loves to snuggle in my lap and sometimes crawls into bed to snuggle and play with our toes. She will stand by my legs and “meow” to be picked up and hugged. She enjoys follow ing the curser on the computer screen with her brother, Friar Tuck. And she loves chasing a red laser light --- the faster and farther the better!"
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