Sprite is spayed, tested negative for FIV/FeLV, and is up-to-date on shots. Born Feb. 2010.
12/2213 update: Sprite is one of NAR's long term fosters. This little lady is a low key kitty! We think Sprite has been around for a while because she doesn't go to events. She's quite the homebody who gets pretty stressed with the temporary change of environment. Sprite would be happiest in an adult only household where she could be queen of the castle! She gets along with other cats, but would also be just fine being the only cat in the home. She'll come running to greet you at the door and sleep next to you at night. If you're looking for some quiet companionship, beautiful Sprite fits the bill!
Sprite was trapped in Northeast Philadelphia during a TNR. When she first came into foster care we weren't sure how Sprite would adjust. Since she was probably born outside, she was very shy of people and not very trusting. To our delight, Sprite decided that humans are okay and even bring her a little joy which of course includes cat treats! We think playing with the feather toy is her favorite game. When she finally needs some rest, she jumps in bed with her foster mom and purrs away.
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