Who knows how it happened but sweet, little Chloe was desperately trying to care for her kittens in a neighborhood where some people occasionally put out food for her and some shooed her away. It is obvious that she was loved before she found herself trying to survive outside with her kittens. On top of that, she is very young and this was probable her first litter but she did her best to care for them. When we found her she had a huge gaping wound on the back of her neck, It had to hurt to a lot when the vet was cleaning and dressing the wound but she never resisted, because she knew we were trying to help her. Through it all she has remained one of the gentlest, most docile little cats we have ever met. At one time she apparently had a hematoma on one of her ears and when removed it deformed her ear, but even so she is still a pretty little calico girs with gentle ways and a desire to love and be loved. Chloe is grateful for any little bit of attention and responds with affectionate purring. Her kittens have found a good home with a volunteer and now it is her turn She if fine with all the other cats, and Sugar the dog, and everyone else she meets. We think she would be happy in most homes with cats, kids, dogs and you would be lucky to have her.
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