My foster mom found me at an animal shelter, a filthy tiny place in the middle of nowhere. When she came in the door, I knew immediately that she was a cat person, so I came up to the front of my tiny cage and called her over to me. She took me out of that cage and I settled down in her arms, purring; well, who can resist a lovely lady like me who purrs? Not her!
I love to sit on my foster mom's lap for petting and snuggles. Tummy rubs feel so good! Long, slow strokes on my fur just make me melt. I like to give love nibbles when I'm being petted.
I am not overly active, most of the time I like to pose in convenient places where I can be admired and adored. I do enjoy playing, though, since I'm not too far away from being a kitten. I prefer a home where there aren't a lot of other animals.
Would you have room for me in your house and your heart? I've had shots, I've been spayed, I tested negative for FeLV/FIV, and I've been microchipped. If you are interested in adopting me, please go to our web site www.animalalliesoftexas.org and submit our online application. I’ll be waiting!
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