I lived in a loving home where I could go in and out as I wished. As a young and uneducated girl cat, I was outside one night and had unprotected sex with a handsome guy named Tom Cat.
Several weeks later, Ernie, Chip and Robbie made their entrance. This was a steep learning curve, but I proved to be a caring and good mother. We got to stay inside until the family didn’t want any of us anymore. To their credit, they made a point of playing with my boys as they grew, and helped them to think people are great.
Surrendered to the shelter, we were a little scared that the babies would catch a kitty cold. The shelter folks were too, and asked PZF if we could move to their place, and we did.
They named me “Lynx” because I have sort of wildish markings, but mostly because little tufts, like a Lynx, adorn my ear tips. I am calm, composed, confident, and play happily with any person with a toy. I am gentle with other cats, and peaceful in general.
Now I need a home where I can be valued for my sweetness and live out my life with people, and maybe a feline pal or two as well. Come meet me – I am hardly older than a kitten, and so serene.
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