LOVELY YOUNG MOM'S NAME DESCRIBES HER PERFECTLY - "PRECIOUS"
Hello friends! My name is Precious. The notations you see after my full name above - "Precious 2016 II" indicates that I am the second kitty of 2016 named Precious to be welcomed into the King Street Cats family. You can just call me Precious - my name describes me very well!
I am a two (2) year old girl who's been cared for lovingly in a wonderful foster home since April. I have soft, silky medium-length fur (psssst... medium-length fur is just gorgeous!) in jet black with lovely white markings. I am wearing a snowy white tuxedo and apron which match my little white booties. I have the sweetest little crooked "mustache" (it matches my white whiskers) and a strikingly fluffy tail. Your heart will melt when you look into my big, round, bright eyes.
I have been an attentive, sweet and protective mother to my daughter Queen (we call her "Pixie" because she's a tiny little bug). I also raised another kitten, a boy named Jinx, from four weeks of age. I have a nurturing personality. My foster mom knows that I will bring so much love and companionship to the lucky purrson or family who adopts me.
When I'm not busy looking after my babies, I love to bask in the sun, watch the world go by out the window, and groom myself to maintain my very elegant appearance at all times. I'll be shy when I first meet you, but if you'll sit on the floor and show me that you are a soft and gentle soul, I will quickly become very playful and silly, running after strings and fluffy toys. We'll have a good time together! I get along very well with other cats too .
Please come to meet me - I will be a cherished addition to your life. It's easy to get started - please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for me, Precious.
Thank you so much!
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