Hi! My name is Twilight -I am now 1yr and 3 months old. I chose this name because my sisters are called Starlight and Highlight and I wanted to be connected to them. We are known as the 'Lights'. As it happens I was trapped by my foster family when I was 3 months old with my sisters very late at night. You would never know it but we were born and lived outside for 3mths as feral kittens with our feral mom called Moonlight. Can you see the name pattern?! Well, I was the first one to decide that two legged beings were worth getting to know and slowly I began to trust them. Today I can tell you that I love snuggling, being held and I will do a Twilight flop right onto your chest if you risk lying down! In the afternoons I like my down time looking out of the window and sleeping. However I also have a passion for playing with my siblings and my humans. It is amusing watching them wave wand toys around. My vet loves me and I have been told I am a very good patient and easy going. One thing I have yet to figure out is that I love to chew things. I am getting better at not doing it but need some help to redirect my desire to chew, with special chew toys. I calm down when you hold me as well. Oh yes, I forgot one other thing. I love food and I admit I can get a little excited around food which makes for an adventure at meal times. As they keep telling me, I have huge personality and presence and can be funny in my moments of exploration. At home a common dialogue is "what was that? Oh where is Twilight"?! I live happily with my siblings and 3 resident cats. I think I would do well with fewer cats and calm home so that I can find some peace and quiet more easily (that is when I am not zooming around myself). I shall miss my foster family, and they have said they will miss me a lot, but here, I have learnt to trust and love, and have a lot to give to another human who will give me a forever home. I will just need someone special who understands me, and who will give me time to get comfortable and feel safe and settled Hope to meet you soon! Twilight ( I Am also known as Twi!)
Since I'm pretty shy the nice folks at the Maryland SPCA have decided I would do better off in a foster home. If you are interested in meeting me please contact our Foster Coordinator, Kaitlyn at firstname.lastname@example.org. Primary Color: Black Weight: 9.72 Age: 1yrs 2mths 3wks
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