First picture the day she was found
She climbed up here all by herself
Ferociously attacking my bathrobe
I found a kitten in an industrial dumpster. Very tiny, white with tiger markings and very fuzzy. The eyes are brilliant blue. I am in love!
I think she is female. She reminds me of a white Bengal tiger. She likes to climb into sacks and bags. I have to watch her carefully when I take out the trash. She will even climb into a grocery sack, where she is not disturbed at ALL if you pick up the sack by the handles.
She plays with almost anything and loves to reach inside drawers left ajar, almost like she is fishing.
When I put change in my ceramic cup the sound brings her running! She hops up and immediately tries to fish out the coins. I wish I could tell whoever lost her that she is safe and loved.
She is an extraordinary cat. Very smart, she will listen to whatever I tell and if I scold her she answers back, as she must have the last word in any discussion!
If I tell her she isn't allowed in the kitchen (it is VERY small, think galley or travel trailer size) she complains vocally but leaves right away. She is a gift and I am so glad I found her!
I wonder if I breed her if she will have kittens that look similar to her. Quite a few of my friends and neighbors wanted to give her a home as I wasn't sure my landlord would approve.
She is beautiful, energetic, intelligent, endlessly entertaining herself and me with her antics. I suppose she may have have been the result of a feral female and not any special "breed" but I love her and cherish her. She is a gift I am grateful for every day!
My neutered male longhair silver/gray cat is smitten with her also! He is very quiet and large. She is very talkative and tiny. The odd couple.
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