Update, Cheepa and Tut were adopted and returned :( Cheepa is very friendly with me but at the first sign of anyone else she is gone. Listed as special needs because of this. Very sweet girl once she gets to know you but her home will have to understand she is very shy and be willing to go at her pace. 2-12-2012 This little girl was found abandoned with the rest of her family at a local state park. She is a little shy but very sweet. Fully vetted, spayed, all vaccines, FeLV/FIV tested and micro-chipped. They don't come any cuter than Cheepa with her Bengal looking spotted coat, white feet and big eyes. Would be fine with older, gentle, respectful children that were careful not to let her out! Looking for an indoor only, non-declawing, forever home. Gets along well with the other cats and loves her brother Tut. E-mail is ALWAYS our first contact for more information or an application.
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