Tyler is a lovely 1-year-old dilute calico who came to us as a homeless mother cat from South Monterey County. She is a silly, fun and playful girl who loves to curl up next to you or follow around the house, chatting all the while. Tyler gets along great with other cats and with well behaved dogs, which she enjoys grooming! Tyler does carry a shotgun pellet in her shoulder from being shot as stray, but it does not bother her. She's the perfect little companion cat and is currently in foster care.
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