I got my name from the park I was found at, Springs mobile home park, and was taken in because I was pregnant. I shortly gave birth to seven kittens... Four survived, but they're all healthy and adopted now. I'm told I was very protective of them, maybe that's why I don't get along with other cats very well.
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