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Willow 2   

In shelter Cat

Middle Village, NY, 11379
Pet name:
Willow 2
Domestic Short Hair
Willow is part of a yard rescue consisting of 5 beautifully different looking kittens. 
Unfortunately for Willow she was rescued 2 mos. after her siblings, so she spent her time out in the streets and left to the elements. When finally rescued her sisters had already been adopted so she hadnt been reunited with them, but she had her brothers to welcome her into what living in a home was going to be like. 
She adjusted quickly, happily and playfully.. And, despite her stunted stature (more than likely the runt of the litter) She is able to stand her ground during playtime.. She tends to attack her brother Julian surprising him with her sass and spunk. 
This little girl is not only a purr machine, but she loves attention and affection. Kind of not a fan of being picked up, as being picked up is usually followed with eye cleaning (she has a bit of eye gook - though her eyes are clear and bright).
Willow loves motorized toys, cat climbers, ball toys and boiled chicken.. She is a great eater and tends to go into the litter box whenever her foster cat siblings dont burry their mess, she will bury it for them.. LOL.. she has amazing litter box manors. 

Needs to go to a home with a young Kitten/Cat friend.. She doesnt realize her small stature or maybe she does and makes up for it with playtime. Shes a lot of fun and keeps a smile on her foster familys faces..

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