My name is Scarlet. I am living with my brother Hamilton in a foster home right now. I was brought into animal control with the rest of my family when someone abandoned us in an apartment. My brother is my rock and I’m really hoping that someone will want to adopt both of us. I sleep curled up with him and I watch him all the time to see if he thinks we are safe. I am scared of people, but I am watching how Hamilton sits on people’s laps and gets pet, and I’m thinking it looks pretty good. I am starting to trust people more, and even starting to play with toys and come lay on the sofa near my foster mom, which she thinks it pretty cool. Although I’m nervous about humans, I think other cats and dogs are okay. I hope you’ll come meet me in my foster home. I might hide, but Hamilton will check you out and if he thinks you’re okay, so will I. Call Molly at 651-295-3758 or email email@example.com.
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