Snuggly, Outgoing, Playful Opossum may have a grumpy expression in her photo, but she is one of the most affectionate girls you will find. She loves cuddles and if at all possible she always wants to be touching someone, feeling the love! Opossum adores people! She is ready to make friends with whoever crosses her path and is very tolerant and protective of small kiddos and babies. We suspect she was a nanny in a previous life. She may try to snag human food on occasion and is especially fond of melons. So, keep an eye on your cantaloupe! Opossum likes playing with toys and adores her sweet sister, Fantastic Ms. Fox. She has swatted and hissed at other cats at the shelter. So, she may not be crazy about any kitty other than her gorgeous sis. These lovely ladies were returned to the shelter due to absolutely no fault of their own and would be so happy if they were adopted together. Opossum is curious about what is lurking beyond the front door and may try to make a dash for it. So, make sure the coast is clear before lingering in your open doorway! You can make up for not letting her out by giving her some extra loving. Opossum hopes she's gotten your attention because being noticed is very important to her! What she hopes most of all is that you'll decide to take her home and shower her with pets, snuggles and love. Is it a deal? Contact us for an introduction! Fantastic Ms. Fox would also be thrilled to meet you. If you want to make it a terrific tortie twosome ask to meet her too! Check out Fantastic Ms. Fox here: https://bit.ly/3klyfTz All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team. For further information or to meet Opossum, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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