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.
Laryn is a very soft sweet and affectionate cat. She will crawl into your lap and stay there. She is very healthy and has adjusted well to her new surroundings. She is neither passive or aggressive, but very even tempered and predicable from what we have observed. She does enjoy climbing trees and rolling around in the grass. We think she must be around 6 years old.
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