Black/brown ticked tabby, short-haired, female, born approx. 5/4/16, #12066
Audrey was rescued among a large group of kitties saved from a high-risk shelter in San Bernardino—she’d been taken there by herself and was only a month old.
This little girl is a firecracker! Audrey loves toys of all sorts (though she especially loves getting to bunny-kick a big feather wand) and will chase just about anything that moves, even if it’s your foot. Playtime means plenty of running and jumping and even somersaults, if Audrey’s really excited. When playtime’s over, though, Audrey just wants some cuddles and a nice long nap, preferably right in your lap if you’ll let her. Aside from bedtime, she’s always ready to carry on a conversation with you, or let you know that you shouldn’t be paying attention to that laptop or important phone call—you should be paying attention to her! Sometimes Audrey just really wants a lift...a shoulder seems perfect for that.
Audrey can be a bit standoffish with new cats at first, especially if they’re bigger than her, yet she doesn’t mind a playmate or house buddy. She hasn’t met dogs. Small children should be just fine as long as they’re respectful of her and how much she wants to run around.
After a rough start to life, Audrey is ready to find her forever home full of cuddles and plenty of love—maybe she’d like to perch on your shoulder?
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