Darla is a beautiful, petite light gray kitty, with just a hint of darker gray striping. She has extremely short, but very soft, hair. Her mother was a lynx-point Siamese, and Darla has many characteristics of the Siamese - long, lean body, short hair, large ears, long pointed face. She does not have the coloring of a Siamese.
Darla was living outdoors at a local mall until she was about 8 months old. Then I convinced her to come indoors and live with my other rescue kitties. She gets along exceedingly well with all of them, and has fallen in love with all the comforts of an indoor home.
Darla is shy with new people, and would need lots of TLC and patience to adjust to a new home and family. She loves to be petted and she quietly and politely asks for loving. If given the chance, her loving and affectionate personality will come through and she will return that love ten-fold.
Darla is spayed, up-to-date on vaccines, and feline leukemia/FIV negative. She was born in March, 2012. If you would like to meet Darla, please contact Eloise, 570-538-5610 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She will make a wonderful companion to the right family.
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