Ginnie was rescued from smith county and was born to a feral litter. At around 10 weeks old she was trapped and brought into a foster home with her siblings. She has made the least progress out of the 3 and is still very scared but coming around slowly. She should be in a home with another domesticated cat so that she can fully rehabilitate and have a chance at a normal happy life.
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