We are trying to eliminate the suffering of cats in this state. Our primary objective is to TNR, but have found ourselves spending more time caring for cats that no longer have homes. So we are also a sanctuary. We have not adopted out even one cat since we started.
London has very plush fur and a fox like face. She is stunning like her parents, Ghost and Vivian. She is very attached to her mother and we would really love to see the two of them be adopted together. She eats more than her siblings and would do well if her calories were limited, as in smaller portion sizes. She is basically shy, but will play and takes her cues from her mother's reactions to whatever is happening around them. We believe she would really open up and relax more if she were to be given more attention in her very own home. She is around 18 months old now.
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