Anaheim started her life living outside with a colony of cats that did not trust humans. She was brought into our rescue when she was still very small and has been socialized with different people and has done really well adjusting to the life of a spoiled indoor cat. She still gets spooked sometimes and can try to hide herself in a safe place, so she'd be better for a home with no children or noisy dogs. She does enjoy petting and will rub against you for attention once she feels she can trust you. She just will need a little extra time and patience for her wonderful kitty self to blossom. Believe me, she is definitely worth the extra effort! She's a really terrific kitty!
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