Please e-mail email@example.com directly and don't use the auto response...thanks! 1-1-12 Grown up in rescue. She has no idea what a home is really like..can you help her find out? 10-5-07 HELLO...i am growing up here! Where is my family? I have really come out of my shell and am a real lover. Oh, and i will bite your toes too! That's one of my favorite games and i would sure like to teach it to you! We have more kittens here now for me to play with and they are alot of fun too! Update 4-12-07 Krissy would love to be adopted with Benjamin They adore each other and cats are like potato chips anyway...you can't have just one. 3-27-07 The 1st pic is new today and she is doing much better! Update 3-08-07 I think i'm gonna like my foster Mommy! She feeds me yummy stuff so i rub up against her to say thanks and i let her pet me now without running away. But i am kinda shy so little kids and a busy household would probably be too much for me to handle! There has to be a nice quiet home for me out there where i will be appreciated for who i am! Oh, i forgot to tell you i LOVE my foster brother Benny!!!! 2-27-07 I'm Krissy and i just got here. I love playing with the other foster kitties and i love mealtime too! My foster mommy has a hard time getting ahold of me to give me my medicine cuz i am really fast! I am on antibiotics for an upper resperitory infection and drops for a little eye infection too. So you can see why i run fast and don't wanna be caught! I don't feel sick at all and these stitches from my no more babies operation don't slow me down one bit ! I am a fiesty little thing and cute as the dickens if i do say so myself! ' Krissy is only about 24 weeks old and is a little fireball. She is adorable as you can see. Don't let her minor ailments scare ya. It is common for kittens born outside to have URI and easily treated. She would love a home with another young kitty companion as she has lots of energy! She is current on shots, tested for FeLV and will soon have her spay stitches removed. '
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