This adorable, 3-year-old gal came to MetroWest in the fall of 2014 as a feral kitten. Many months were spent socializing her in the hopes that she would feel comfortable around our volunteers, but she had her mind made up that humans were definitely not her cup of tea. We are not sure what changed, but she had an amazing breakthrough a couple of months ago when Gail welcomed petting and lots of attention. Still on the shy side until she gets to know you, we feel she will blossom in a new home with someone who will be patient and give her time to settle in. Gail is a little picky about her feline friends so we feel she would do best as a single kitty or with a young male cat.
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