BLANKET does not want anyone to see her face, and in fact spends her day hiding under her blanket, so we had to work quickly to get these photos, but she is gentle and did not try to get away from us when we held her, so we feel there is hope for her to be adopted eventually. We have provided a hidey-hole box for her so she can be incognito. She was given up by her family and is available immediately if you can find her! Appears to be about a year old, and is extremely soft and gentle. At the shelter.
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