Emma's mom was a feral living in the back of a salon. Mom was trapped and fixed. A few weeks later Emma shows up with infected eyes. She was brought into a foster home and treated. She quickly became the darling of the place. She gets along with dogs, kids, and other cats. She knows no fear and is sure the world adores her! She loves to snuggle and gives kisses. She has been fully vetted and is current on all her shots. She is also microchipped.
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