The neighbors are great and they’ve been feeding me for the several months. At first I wasn’t sure about them, because I was used to having just one person in my life. It took me a few days to warm up to let Julie pet me. But oh yeah! Once we got over that hurdle, I remembered how to be a normal loving cat, but I'm still shy with others until they gain my trust. Wouldn't you have a few problems with trust if you were me?
Can you help me find my furever home? It's winter, and I want to come inside. I want somebody to pet me again and love me. Will you do that? I'm in Houston, but I would walk (well, ride) 500 miles, and I would walk (ride? fly?) 500 miles more just to be the cat who walks a thousand miles to purr and snuggle at your door...
Call Julie and tell her!
Or write her!
Go to Facebook maybe?
Julie A. Hill with the orange tabby photo?
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