Katie was found with her kittens hear Alfred’s farm, says the sign on the door of her cage in the doublewide.
She’s tame, but was scared enough when she first came in at the end of September that she could have been mistaken by some for a feral. By now, she’s settled in enough that it doesn’t take much more than a smile and a few soft words to bring out a solid purr and get her rubbing her face against her blanket in anticipation of being stroked.
Updated November 2010: Katie has gone to the No. 5 Road shelter to give her a chance to be adopted.