This is Sigourney, a compact tabby who was brought in as a stray. The tipping of her left ear indicates that in the past, she has been trapped, spayed and released. She is up to date on all her vaccinations. Sigourney displays some pronounced cattitude, and will probably need a very cat-savvy adopter or a barn/farm environment. Adorable one minute and demanding the next. But chances are that her behavior will improve a bit once she is no longer caged. She makes some really fascinating vocalizations, especially while she eats. If you're up for an adventure, consider Sigourney. She's sure to keep things interesting!
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