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Little Lillian was abandoned in the snowy streets of Brooklyn this past winter. I can't think of enough to say about this sweet, playful, adoring girl. Here is additional video taken of her in March of 2014: http://youtu.be/YCwcoLVpVn4 And in case you didn't see the video embedded with her posting this is the clip from April 2014: http://youtu.be/dDTUAcAnIhU Lillian had a trial adoption where the human fell madly in love but the resident cat was very unkind and it was felt that Lillian was way too sweet a cat to just be tolerated by another feline. This is what the woman who was heartbroken at not being able to adopt her had to say: "What to say about dainty Lillian? She's as tiny as a kitten, but with the calm of an adult cat. And the gentlest, most affectionate girl. She spent a lot of time under my couch, as any sensible person would do after being attacked by the much larger cat in residence. But all I had to do was peek in at her and call her name, and she'd come crawling out, eager for attention. She loved to look out the windows, and would sit up on her hind legs like a little otter so she could see everything that was going on. And she was very playful and eager to explore, but stepped carefully around anything breakable, like the little lady she is; at least in the time she spent with me, she was far too polite to knock anything over. Also, there was none of that crack-of-dawn yowling like a madwoman that I've become so accustomed to. Lillian has a sweet little high-pitched voice that she uses only when it's absolutely necessary. On top of all that, she's the prettiest little thing I've ever seen. What more could anyone want?" Lillian is about a year old and will make the right family complete. To learn more please call her foster mom Julia at 646-429-8882.

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