Minnie is the runt of the litter as she is very shy and would always be the last kitten to eat.
She has slowly warmed up to human interaction where she now loves to be petted and can be carried.
Minnie is definitely a believer in breakfast as she will be very vocal in letting you know that feeding her quickly is a major priority.
She is not a lap cat but will snuggle close to you in bed waiting for her belly rubs and head and neck scratches. For a kitten her size, she is the biggest purring machine!
Minnie sometimes like to hide behind the toilet and when she wants to curl up, you may find her occasionally sleeping in the bathroom sink.
When it comes to getting treats, Minnie will now barge in front of her brother Dusty to position herself to eat as much as she can.
Found in the spring of 2016 in a backyard with her siblings. They were fed and cared for outside.
Special note from my foster family: Minnie is extremely shy. She would be the last kitten to explore her surroundings.
Preferably she should be adopted with her big brother Dusty.
Minnie is growing her confidence in leaps and bounds every day so she would require a patient cat adopter parent.
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