I have to admit my shelter photo makes me look pathetic. I was found and turned into the shelter when I was tiny and sick. The Fat Cat people saw me and took me how and gave me medicine and now I'm all better.
I've been in several foster homes, so I've been around the block. I'm still a little shy, and would do well in a quiet home without young children or dogs. I love to be held and kissed and petted, and I've got a nice solid purr. I get along well with other cats and kittens too.
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