Thank you for your interest in one of our rescues.
Molly is very friendly with her foster family, however she had no human interaction until she was found, so she is stand-offish with others. When she was found in her foster mom's yard, Molly followed her around and did not leave her feet. When her foster family would go back inside, Molly would follow them right into the kitchen, as if it was already her home!
Her foster mom reports that Molly has never hissed, swatted or bitten her, or the other stray she was feeding in the yard with her. Molly gets so worked up with attention, that she starts to drool when she purrs. She'd even knead the concrete, as she laid next you in the yard!
Now inside and safe, Molly loves her belly pet and ears scratched. She will make a wonderful house cat for someone, when she learns to be comfortable around other humans. She is spayed, FIV negative, leukemia negative, current on all her shots as well as treated for fleas. This little girl is looking for a place to call her #FURever home!
Interested in this little sweetheart? Complete an Adoption Application at GreenStreetRescue.org and we can set up a meet and greet for you! Or, schedule a visit to meet Green Street Rescue's other #AdorableAdoptables at LeCatCafe.org today!
Please click here to fill out an application: http://greenstreetrescue.org/user/AdoptionApplication
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