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Celia
Female, 0.6 years old

Name Your Adoption Fee - Celia is a shy little girl who needs time to warm up to you. This sweet girl likes to spend time playing or cuddling up with one of her siblings. When she isn't playing, she will sit, quietly and just watch everyone else. One of her favorite places to sleep is in the cat tree, curled up with one of her siblings. Because she is a shy kitty, Celia isn't really a fan of cuddling with her foster mom right now, but she will curl up at the end of the bed at night. Although she doesn't mind the other foster kitties in the home, she's not sure she likes the resident dog.

Celia's ideal forever home would have another kitty companion to keep her company and help boost her confidence. She also needs people who are patient and who will let her take the time she needs to warm up to them.

*Celia has been sponsored by three (3) Christmas Guardian Angel.s

Anni (Purr-Kitty) and Alli-Kat (Timbit) would like to sponsor their sisters, Ceilia and Tatertot.

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