Nicolette found herself abandoned in a busy parking lot trapped in a carrier. She was so confused and afraid. Luckily one of our volunteers saw her and brought her inside. She is still confused and timid in a place full of strangers and cats. She welcomes affection but still is unsure. She appears to be ok with the other cats, she has never hissed or swatted, she just lays still in her cage and sometimes lifts her elevator booty for scritches. Nicolette needs someone that will give her the reassurance that she needs and let her know she will never be abandoned again, can you be that person for her? Nicolette, girl, born approx 2013
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