Juju is a coal-black little female kitty, with the tiniest patch of white on her chest. She, her mom (Babe) and litter-mate (Tiger) was no longer able to live with their previous owner, so they came into rescue in the summer of 2010. Juju was very scared and unsure of people, but she has developed into a sweet, loving little girl. She gets along very well with other cats, and doesn't seem to mind dogs, as long as they aren't aggressive.
Juju has the softest fur coat imaginable. She arches up to meet your hand to be petted, and loves to rub against your legs - especially at feeding time. Juju does not care to be held for very long, although she does love attention and petting. Juju would be best in a family that will be patient with her, so that her personality has time to blossom, and who will give her lots of love and individual attention. She's been waiting so long for that purr-fect family to find her and invite her home with them.
Juju is spayed, feline leukemia/FIV negative, and up-to-date on vaccinations. If you'd like to meet Juju and see if she's the right kitty for your home, please contact Eloise at 570-538-5610 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Juju's waiting for your call.
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