PIXXEE--female/spayed--DSH Brown tabby--6 months old
How can a kitty so sweet and so precious be in a feral colony? Pixie was trapped in a feral colony but her loud, constant purring brought attention to her. Something that sweet and her petite size prohibited her from being released back to the colony. She loves and needs to be around people and other animals. She does well with other kitties and cat loving dogs. Her tail is in a constant, straight up position. Pixie is one of the happiest kitties you will ever meet. â
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