Color of Pet's Coat:
grey/ brown/multi colors including burnt orange.black and cream
gray patch looks like someone took a grey highlighter and drew a smile on her white mouth area.. ( just below her mouth to above the sides of her mouth.) She has a tiny white spot on otherwise pink lips. She has a white eraser size spot also just inside her lip in the same area on her left side of lower Gum (not a growth, just a white spot that almost looks like a blister at first. Her whiskers protrude in a series of lines and have black "root" points on an otherwise white mouth area. She has stripes and smeared spots and markings that run together except her front legs and all paws. Her front "elbows and down to toes" she is spotted, as if she pushed up her "sleeves". Her tail is striped. when she sits her feet markings line up in an odd pattern.(this is more clear when you see her) her paws are white, cream. the back markings line up and appear to match the front markings.
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Any information that would be helpful for the person finding your pet to know?:
does not like to be picked up nor carried like a baby. (She will cry softly, not scratch or bite in response to being picked up). She is an indoor only cat.(this is the only time she has been out to my knowledge with the exception of when we rescued her from Wisconsin. We were told this by the previous owner. She does meow loud if she wants to be heard and she sounds like she is saying HELLO, or HI... like a parrot. she is tiny. healthy size but smaller. She looks delicate, and like she is listening to what you have to say next. She does not know how to play much, I understand she is good with dogs sm children cats everything. she is super easy going minus the lifting up like a baby. She is super soft, as she is getting more healthy from being so neglected at her previous home she is developing deeper coloring and finer lines. not declawed. likes to watch and listen to whistling. wants to investigate. Is learning what a treat is.
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