My mom was a stray cat, and our whole family was turned into the city shelter while we kittens were very tiny. The nice folks at PZF took our family out, and we all stayed in a foster home as we grew and learned to eat kitten food. We met lots of different people while we were in the foster home, and never met one we didn’t want to play with. Now we are more than ready to find our permanent families, so we came back to live at PZF where we will meet more people and have other kitties to play with. Maybe you will be the lucky one to find us there first.
I'm a gentle little lady who would love to snuggle up with you and look at you lovingly. Don't underestimate my playful side though, I am a tortie after all. I love to run and jump and chase with all of my kitty friends.
At my age, I need to have a buddy to romp and cuddle with – one of my siblings would be PURRfect, but I get along great with other friendly cats and kittens as well.
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