I was born outside in a colony of cats. A trapper recognized that I was friendly and pulled me out and found a foster home for me. I was adopted last December and all was well. But then I became extremely agitated when my friend, the family dog, died and outside stray cats were annoying me. (Wouldn’t you be sad and grumpy if your best friend died?) So now I’m back with Stray Cat Blues.
I would like a home with a dog friend! I like dogs! I’d rather be the only cat though. And I prefer a quieter household with adults and older children.
Flossie is spayed, litterbox trained, is up to date on vaccinations, and tested negative for FeLV and FIV. She is approximately one year old.
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