What home wouldn't be more complete with a sleek, luxuriously soft, house panther? Maggie and her foster brother Clark recently found themselves back in foster care, through no fault of their own. They need to remain together as an adoptive pair. Maggie is a bit more reserved that her brother, but don't be fooled if she waits until she is comfy before joining the fray. When she is in, she is all in. She is an excellent hunter of all cat toys, both those her person engages her with and those she stalks on her own. She loves to roll over onto her back to show you her sweet little white spot on her belly and will even let you give her a gentle belly rub. She enjoys being held and sitting in a lap. Maggie was the smallest of her litter and the only girl, so she had to develop a bit of a survival streak. Maggie's lucky adopter will find that she is a girl with the perfect combination of independence and sweetness to make her quite lovable. Maggie is a bit shy, but heading to a new home with her brother will help her build her confidence in a new situation. She is a very gentle girl who just wants a home with her brother and someone who understands that new situations can be overwhelming. Although she is shy, she may be ok with calm children over the age of 10. We estimate she was born in September 2018. Bio# 4068 GJ
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