14 year old • Female
Sometimes described as a "cali-tabby", Wrigley has the markings of a tabby, but the coloration of a calico. Beautiful patterned coat of swirling gray/silvers, browns and shades of orange, like an exotic wild cat's; large green-gold eyes that shade to blue.
Introducing Wrigley the remarkable! Originally from the Robeson County animal shelter, Wrigley was initially timid and quite fearful. In a few short weeks, though, this stunning girl has bloomed! New noises no longer send her scurrying and, while still wary, she's now a scampering cutie who loves nothing more than batting stray kibbles around the kitchen floor in a game of kitten hockey. She has a winsome way of trotting over to her foster mom and then gracelessly falling over with a squeak in order to be petted. It's too adorable.
Wrigley probably prefers a relatively calm household and would make an amazing and gorgeous companion. She's playful but not crazy or rambunctious; gentle, responsive and friendly but not overly demanding.
See more photos of Wrigley Rigglehead. She's completely litter box-trained, spayed and up to date on all her shots.
Rescued from the Robeson County shelter in March 2010.