Birdie was the last kitten to be trapped at a feral colony slated for construction. She has always been smaller, and flightier than her foster brother Badger. Birdie is a gentle little soul, slow to trust. However, when she accepts attention it is obvious that she wholeheartedly loves and enjoys it. She luxuriates in petting and tummy rubs, but on her own terms of acceptance - one must earn the privilege to access this petite belly. Birdie always seems more confident when she is near her foster brother Badger. It would be best for them both if they can be adopted togetherm as they are very close.
Address: c/o 280 Wellesley Street East, #1516 Mailing adddress only Toronto, ON M4X 1G7
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We are registered charity, and a no-kill network of foster homes dedicated to rehoming strayed, abandonned, surrendered animals
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