At 2 weeks of age I was found under some bushes by a compassionate walker along Grand Blvd. I was very sick and nearly starving when she rescued me and sent me to foster care. It took a while for me to get well but now I am very happy and healthy affectionate kitty. I am quite a garbage gut by my favorite food is peanut butter and you can't sneak any behind my back! I can smell it! I know when you are thinking about getting it out of the cupboard! I am 6 years old and need my own people. I love the laser pointer, toy mice and feather toys. I have had issues with anxiety and obsession with water but do well with Prozac which has been prescribed and costs only $4 for a three month supply. I am now a very happy cat! I can't wait for it to be put in a pillpocket because those chicken pill pockets are great! Microchipped. Indoor only, litter box compliant. I tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV.
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