Upon seeing Lotti for the first time, people often wonder why we’d place a kitten in a room full of adult cats. Wouldn’t she be too small to defend herself if there was a fight? The truth is that Lotti is not a kitten at all; she’s just very petite, so much so that it’s easy to mistake her for a cat who’s only a few months old. Then again, Lotti isn’t very likely to get into a fight at all. She’s not aggressive with other felines. On the contrary, she’s gentle around both other cats and people. She’s especially outgoing and affectionate with the humans around her.
Lotti has a mostly black coat, though she has white on her feet and her neck. She was adopted from Tabby’s Place years ago, but her former owner had a change in his circumstances, so she was returned to us.
Lotti is an excellent example of the old adage that “good things come in small packages”. Come in to meet her, and see if you don’t agree!