While the name Esther is often associated with women more Boomer than Gen Alpha, it fits our lovely cat since shes mature beyond her years. Dont get us wrong--shes curious and playful too--but she definitely wears the name well.
Esther has been living in a foster home for the last few weeks and is doing great! Her foster mom reports that shes a jumper who also likes to balance atop high structures like closet doors, and then look down at her human like, "Im the queen!" While Esther isnt exactly cuddly, she does like to be in her foster moms company receiving pets.
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