My name is Abigail, and I am a sweet and sassy little Abyssinian mix kitty. If you troll these pages often, looking at photos of the pretty kitties, I might look familiar. That's because I was adopted back in June of this year into a family that I loved very much. But unfortunately, that family had some health problems. So I'm back again looking for a new family.
Before I was adopted in June, I was a stray cat. I was living on my own in the community, looking for food when and where I could get it. The family that adopted me didn't know anything about my history when they took me home, and that family says that I fit in quite nicely with no fighting, scratching or litter box accidents. I comported myself as a lady. I'm sure to do the same for you.
My history with dogs and cats and kids is unclear, but I am a very calm and gentle kitty in the shelter that doesn't put up a lot of fuss. Cats like that often do well in new situations with new family members, but you'll want to set me up for success with slow introductions and plenty of treats.
So what do you say? Can you take me home? I hope so. I'll wait here for you. And if you love me but can't take me home, use the button to sponsor my stay.
Located in Cattery B 36
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