Oh, brother! Mom got frustrated taking pictures of me because I was always sticking my tongue out. Well, when she took me to the doctor for a senior physical, she learned that I have a cleft lip. My doctor is a published feline veterinarian, and he hadn't seen that before, so his assistant took a photo and who knows, I might end up in a book someday! I'll be glad to autograph it for you if/when that happens. He also said he didn't think I was all that old, but just 'rode hard and put up wet.' So you see, I need someone who is going to give me a nice home where a laid-back, quiet kitty can get her chance to live in the lap of luxury.
I adore humans and love to be petted, but I'm not nuts about cats. I might prefer to be an only, but I may not need to be. What I can tell you is that I sure don't need as many cats as there are in my foster home or in my RV. I don't really like to be picked up, but that's no big deal, now is it?
Foster mom will try to get a better photo, but you can see I'm pretty cute, can't you? And maybe I even tug at your heartstrings? Are you interested in making me happy by petting me and sitting on the couch with me? Please? Email foster mom to arrange a meeting when I return to Texas from my travels to the west coast.
(Last update: 5/31/2011)
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