We were surrendered to a local shelter when we were about 6 weeks old. We weren't very happy to be in the shelter -- we were scared and frightened and missed our mom -- and the shelter staff determined that we weren't "adoption candidates." They placed us on a "special needs list" -- in other words, if a rescue group didn't take us, we were goners. Fortunately the Fat Cat people saw our photos and knew we'd settle down once we were out of the shelter and got lots of love and attention.
I am quiet, affectionate, and super cute -- and modest too! I'm a little shy, but once I warm up to you, I start purring right away when you pick me up or pet me. I love to be picked up, have my chin scratched, and have my belly gently patted. One of the cute things I do is roll around on the floor until you come pay attention to me! I also love playing with my sister and, of course, sitting in boxes (it's such a cat thing to do). Both my sister and me must have some Siamese blood, because we both have the long, narrow face of a Siamese.
I still haven't figured out how those laptop screens work, so I love sitting by my foster mom while she works on her computer. Maybe one day, I'll be able to catch the mouse on the screen. I hope I can find a forever home soon.
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