After being found in a driveway, I have decided I want only the best from now on. The best red lettuce and dandelion greens; the best Timothy hay; the best nose scratches...I am cute, potty-trained, joyful and sexy and spayed. My Dr. said I’m a healthy, svelte New Zealander. My foster mom loves my light, light blue eyes. I hop into her lap and head-butt her for caresses. I am soft, love crinkle tunnels and am curious about my surroundings. Although I am quiet and well behaved in my crate at night, I am very sociable, and like to hang out with my family, exploring freely. I also want you all to myself—actually, I might be persuaded to share you with a well-behaved kitty.
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