Hey there! My name is Aurora. I am named after a very lovely princess! I came from a very terrifying place that was crowded with objects and other cats; it was scary, lonely and dark. I yearned to be loved, hugged, and wanted, but my home was so chaotic that I got overlooked. Without the love and care a kitten needs, I got sick fairly quickly. I stopped asking for hugs and attention. I started to feel very weak, and my eyes started to irritate me. I became so sick that my memory became fuzzy; I remember being taken to a new place where I recuperated. I saw so many new people, and they helped me get my energy back. I began to eat. I took this chance to ask for attention, love and hugs. I felt wanted; I felt needed, and I meowed for pets. For once, the humans gave me all the attention I could want! However, they're not always around... they speak to me, saying that I will find a home that will last forever. I want a home and someone to love me so bad! I'm still young, so I enjoy playing; I don't mind other cats, and I've heard my eyes will get better as long as I eat well. I can't wait to find my forever home; I'm excited, and I'm waiting. Will you give me a home?
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