Please don't let the look on my face make you think that I am a nervous kitty. The only thing I am nervous about is that I will miss out on my own loving forever family.
Addie came into the shelter after a neighbor spotted her nursing four kittens on a wood pallet outside of an abandoned house. Addie is a little bit cautious but as soon as she knows you know how to pet a cat, she is putty in your hands. She would love to have a family of her own. Come on down and ask for Addie.
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