We have her listed as a brown tabby with white, but brown tabby doesn't begin to describe her beautiful color - she's more torby than tabby with a great streak of orange - and then an abbysinian-type "ticking" ... can we call her a torbyssinian, perhaps? Either way - she's beautiful!
Contact us to meet her - we know you'll fall in love!
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current on age-appropriate vaccinations
FIV/ feline leukemia testing (negative for both)
any medical care needed to prepare for adoption
cat training/ behavior DVD
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oodles of kitty love
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