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I am already spayed, housetrained, good with kids, and good with cats.
She is absolutely the sweetest girl in the world. She wants to sleep on your pillow, hop on your lap or call you with her cute little cry.
She likes to be petted and to fall asleep in someone's arms. She loves cuddling, and she loves people to talk to her. And she's beginning to understand, because she's very smart.
She has soft, bunny-soft fur, and it's a little short, a little long. But her cutest feature is her short little tail. She is part Manx, her tail is short compared to her body--it's only about five inches long! Manx folks call her a 'longie.'
She has a cute face, an UNUSUAL looking nose, and a sweet and mellow personality. She likes to play--gently. She doesn't like toys that are bigger or meaner than her! She likes those little furry mousies.
Dangling toys are fun if they don't go too fast or are too loud. She likes to chase toys, especially the laser pointer, and she loves furry toys!
I was rescued from a horse barn. Somebody had been feeding a number of cats there, but she moved away and left, and things were very tough for the cats. Flavia didn't have much of a kittenhood. A nice lady did feed, but she didn't know anything about cats, so they didn't get enough to eat or the right kind of food.
Flavia is a cuddle kitty with a soft, endearing purr. Purr. Purr. Purr..
It would be really super if she had a home of her own, with or without other cats in it.
She's gentle as can be, and pretty adaptable.
Come visit her webpage at www.happycatadoptions.org and fill out an online application (click on the adoption information from her page). Then you can come meet her, and fall in love with her.
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