As you can see from her pictures, Spaz is a very beautiful cat. Spaz is shy of people, even the volunteers that she sees each week - but she is curious. She'll come up but then retreat and really does not want to be handled. Spaz would love to have her own home but her guardians will have to be very patient with her and understand that it will take a long time for her to get used to them and trust them. And she may possibly never become that friendly, loving lap cat - but her adopter will have to accept her for what she is and just know that they are giving her a home that she deserves.
DOB - appr 3/09
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