Hello everyone, my name is Gabbi and I'm a 6 month old little girl.
I have an extremely unique looking coat which has a "roan" or "salt and pepper" effect. I was born with a solid black coat and then it changed to equal amounts of black and white. This happened naturally and no crazy mad scientist was involved!!!
I have such a sweet and gentle personality and I really want to be part of a family but I'm just too shy to walk up and say hello.
I'm one of those kitties who doesn't "show" well at busy adoption events. There are cats who by nature are quiet and reserved and prefer not to be the center of attention. These cats aren't flashy and may not attract the attention of those who are easily dazzled. We are more subtle and precious.
We are the cats who fit together with certain special people like jigsaw puzzle pieces. It's hard to tell when it's going to happen because so many people have so little time to quietly get to know us. But, there is someone out there - someone for me. With this special someone, I will relax, feel safe, understand trust and set aside by shyness and reservations and you will be pleasantly surprised at the gem that lies beneath.
If you are my special person, it's easy to meet me. Simply complete an online adoption application and ask for Gabbi the "diamond in the rough" kitty.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about this pet.
You can fill out an application for Gabbi at the Aventura Petsmart or go to www.adoptastray.ws/applications/ to fill out an application online or print and fax one to (954) 965-0406.
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