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Critter is spayed, up to date on shots and tested negative for FIV/FeLV, she was born was born around May 2010.
Critter is the result of a 'free kittens' craiglist post. The person placed no value on little Critter's life and just handed her off to another person who replied to the post. It only took a month for the 'forever family' to decide they didn't want her any more. So at about 12 weeks old and without any medical care, Critter came to NAR. You may think Critter was the lucky one to find NAR, but in reality, NAR was lucky that Critter found us! If we had to pick one word to describe her it would be 'sweetness'. She is one of the sweetest kittens we have ever met! Affectionate (she likes to lick arms), cuddly (loves to sleep in laps), loyal (follows her foster mom around the house) and playful (loves the laser pointer), Critter is an exceptional furry best friend! We almost hate to give her up, but she deserves her own forever home. And she knows we will do our best to ensure her next home is FOREVER!!
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