They named me Mr. Pumpkin because I came to Freedom Fences around Halloween. I was a friendly cat living in a feral colony outside Keller Williams Realty in Anderson. One of the nice ladies here realized that was no place for me especially since I was friendly. I’m so glad she brought me. I’m pretty relaxed and love to be petted.
I was a stray in Anderson, and some nice person brought me here. I have a black heart under my chin and you probably noticed my 3 freckles. I'm very friendly, chatty and spunky. I never met a stranger.
I came to Freedom Fences as a feral kitten with my littermates Sassy, Maizie, Noodles and Milo. I love attention probably more than any of them. Sassy is a close second. When someone comes around I look at them intensely with my green eyes and lean forward to be petted.
I came to Freedom Fences as a feral kitten with my littermates Sassy, Mitzi, Noodles and Milo. I used to be really skittish and have come a long way. I'm very sweet and laid back, the type of kitty that will let others eat before me.
I came to Freedom Fences as a feral kitten with my littermates Sassy, Maizie, Mitzi and Noodles. I was scared and used to hide when I first got here, but I'm doing much better now - no more hiding. I'm sweet and laid back.
I was turned in as a stray kitten with my mom and littermates. One of the nice ladies at Freedom Fences fostered us until we could be with the other cats. I was born with a special tail. It's really short and has a little twist to it, like a corkscrew. That's why they call me Corky. I'm a little shy at first, but love to be petted once I get to know someone.
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