Enid is a beautiful 5 year old female brown tabby Domestic Mediumhair cat.
She is currently in foster care, and is available for adoption now!
Enid is a lovely long haired cat with fuzzy cheeks and beautiful markings. Enid is a special kitty, and absolutely loves to talk to you! She has so much fun with some of her favorite toys, chasing them and carrying them in her mouth. Whenever Enid wants to cuddle, she will purr and knead nonstop! Enid may appear very timid when you first meet her, don't let that fool you! She just needs a little extra time to get acclimated! After a few days, and some built trust, she will be purring on your lap! Enid is becoming accustomed to being picked up, and is getting better, but it's not her favorite thing. But in every other area she is a perfect and well behaved kitty who wants to get to know someone to be her forever family!
She is also micro-chipped, spayed, and current on all vaccinations.
If you would like to fill out an application please do so at http://catscradleva.org/adopt-today-2/
Updated January, 2016
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