Hi, I'm Farrah. Did you know that a tipped ear is a universal sign that a cat is spayed or neutered? Community/feral cats are trapped, fixed, and returned where they were found by caring people. I was one of those cats. But because I am adoptable, I ended up at in rescue. Lucky for me! And for you!
I’m about 18-months, easy maintenance, a little on the shy side and I LOVE other cats. I would be great a member of a house that has a friendly cat already. Come meet me and see just how special I am.
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