Gilly is a beautiful , friendly tortie(a mix of tortoiseshell and tabby) who almost has a camouflage look to her coat. She was found with a colony of feral cats This colony was trapped, spayed/neutered and released or fostered in a new area; however, because this pretty little girl was obviously well socialized, it is believed she must have had a loving home at one time.
She enjoys petting and getting attention,a scratch under the chin, rubbing against her person and playing. She is not a scaredy cat and warms up to strangers quickly if they offer to pet her.
She is spayed, UTD on shots, wormed and consistently uses her litterbox.
She is best suited for an indoor home because she may sneak outside and get lost .
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