Noelle was rescued as a kitten from streets of Cincinnati. She is dilute tortie. She lived w her family for almost 10 years. But when children came she did not react well. She was taken in by the grandmother, but the grandmother passed. I started socializing her in the grandmother’s home. After a month she became affectionate. Noelle is in my home now. She is spayed and has shots for indoor cat. She prefers being an indoor cat. Despite being left alone in her owner’s house for weeks, she always used the litter box.
She is afraid when she moves location and will scratch when frightened. It takes her a long time to adjust to new location. She prefers men.
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