Miss Ellie was brought to a city shelter as a stray, full of milk but with no kittens. Luckily, a litter of neonate kittens was brought in at the same time, who didn't have a mommy cat to nurse them. Sometimes things are just meant to be. Miss Ellie has taken excellent care of her kittens, which was witnessed by people around the country and around the world on Explore.org's live streaming kitten camera. ( http://explore.org/live-cams/player/kitten-rescue-cam) Three of Miss Ellie's kittens have been adopted, and the other two are weaned and able to care for themselves now, so Miss Ellie is looking for a home to call her own. Miss Ellie has shown that she is a very special kitty and she needs a very special home. She is on the shy side and will take time to adjust to her new home. Once she gets comfortable, she will give you elevator butt and low, quiet purring. She is not a confident kitty, but she is a loving girl, given time. Her ideal home will be a quiet one, with a patient, gentle someone who has time to spend with her as she gets comfortable in her new home. Most importantly, she should be cherished.
Miss Ellie resides in the Los Angeles area.
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