That's what they say.
Well, this book looks tough, but it's really sweet. It had a rough start, but I think we're just about to get to the good part.
At least, I hope so. Because I've been "sitting on the shelf" for a while. I just need someone to maybe dust me off and give me a try.
My name is Kesha. And I want our story to be a happy one!
Yes, I'm shy. I may flinch away from your touch - but please, touch me anyway because I love it. You'll hear my purr... they say that I have a good motor! I didn't know cats had motors, but apparently mine is a good one.
And I'll love you for always.
So, if you're maybe up for a super sweet, but shy cat with a great purr, can you please come see me? My name is Kesha and I'll be here.
Kesha has been vaccinated, wormed, spayed/neutered and tested negative for FELV/FIV. If you would like to adopt this cat, you must come into the shelter for a meet and greet. We are open 12-4. (Closed Mondays & Wednesdays) All cats must leave the shelter in a carrier. If you do not bring one with you, one must be purchased at the shelter if available for $5.
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