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Cyndie is a small six-year-old cat who was found homeless in the winter. She arrived very nervous into her foster family. She would remain hidden and refused all contact with humans. It took time for her to begin to trust and to come out of her shell. The cat in her foster home was a great motivation for her to begin to show more of herself. She would be certainly much happier in a home where there is already a cat. She loves to be petted and really appreciates caresses on her back. After being petted, she will settle down somewhere to watch you. She appreciates having a little corner to nestle in and where she can be quiet. She does not climb on furniture or counter tops. She is not very vocal and doesn’t come bother us while we are sleeping. She patiently waits for us to fill her bowl. At the sound of her dry food, she comes running to her bowl. If you give her a sliver of wet food, she will be yours. She will need a calm and patient home in which to gain confidence. Cyndie is a courageous little girl who deserves a loving and quiet home who will give her the time that she needs to adapt.

For more information regarding Cyndie, please write to us at cascavaudreui@outlook.com

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