Jinga was a feral that had wandered up to our old home and had a litter of 2 kittens.
We caught the kittens and socialized them and adopted them out. We eventually trapped Jinga after several trappings of skunks that lived in the neighborhood. We have worked socializing Jinga since we caught her and she likes to be petted on her terms and is still shy until she gets to know you
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