GORGEOUS COLORFUL YOUNG GIRL SEEKS SOFT-SPOKEN PURRSON FOR LIFELONG FRIENDSHIP
Hello friends! My name is Diamond. I am a beautiful little girl getting ready to celebrate my first birthday. I would love nothing more than to mark this milestone by going home with my very own purrson to be loved and cherished!
I found myself in a public shelter for unknown reasons when I was just a little kitten. King Street Cats came and recognized what potential have. They welcomed me into their family and assured me that my future was very bright.
I am an adorable and colorful girl with soft, silky short fur. My predominant color is a pure snowy white. I've also got patches of golden honey and pale silver with tabby markings in these places. I have bright green almond-shaped eyes and a pastel pink little nose to complete my lovely face. You will love petting me gently because I am so warm and soft.
I'm a bit shy by nature but I am blossoming more each day. And i love other cats!! Please adopt with another deserving KSC kitty with whom I would pair well or take me home to another mellow kitty.
I am here with two siblings - my brother Dustin and my sister Darla. Dustin needs a kitty friend because he so loves to play kitten games. Darla needs a kitty friend because she loooovs playing with me and other kitties but she's not yet as sure about letting people handle her. She's learning to accept physical affection by watching how Dustin and I enjoy it. She does like to be around people - just not to be hugged or picked up.
Please, please check out the individual pages for Dustin and Darla while you're here. Let me thank you in advance for that! I'm including a photo of Dustin (more white) and Darla (longer fur) on my page.
There are distinct advantages to both cats and humans when two companionable cats are adopted together – this is particularly true for young kitties like me. Same-species companionship is important for compatible cats and especially so for kittens. We provide each other the opportunity to burn energy (very important for indoor housecats, as we will be) through play and exercise. We groom each other.
We moderate each other's behavior as we learn. Here's a hypothetical example - if my best friend nips me, one swat with my little paw will send the message that this is not OK - then my friend will think twice before nipping me again! We snuggle and cuddle and sleep together. We entertain and provide each other with a sense of security when you cannot be with us. You, in turn, don't have to worry about leaving a cat alone when you have to go out, and you will enjoy twice the happiness and companionship.
If you are a gentle, soft-spoken and patient cat lover looking for new best friends and grateful companions, please come to meet me and my friends. It’s easy to get started: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for me, Diamond. I promise to love you wholeheartedly.
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