Molly started out a bit shy, but now she is very outgoing and wants to be loved. She gets along great with the other foster cats in the home and even the dogs.
At adoption fairs, she reaches out for anyone that gets close enough to her crate, wanting to be petted.
Molly is tested for Felv/FIV/Heartworm and will be spayed prior to adoption.
If you would love to adopt this kitten, please go to our Website www.triadcat.org and submit an application.
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