Young Stirling appeared one day in a feral colony where she must have been dumped with her sisters or housemates (we are not sure which) Tantallon (available for adoption) and Glamis (now adopted). After three months in foster, she has been fattened up to about 6.5 pounds, 2 pounds more than when we got her; she is definitely a petite girl. She is probably abut a year old. She is cautious, but likes to be petted and brushed, and she really likes to lie in her hammock. She must have been terrified and puzzled to suddenly find herself outdoors and on her own except for Tantallon and Glamis. Stirling gets along just fine with the resident cats in her foster home and is very curious about the resident bird, who comes very close to her because he knows that is is safe in his cage. Stirling will probably be happiest in a relatively quiet home, one with adults only or older children. If you'd like to meet Stirling or think she would be a good match for your family, please complete our adoption questionnaire at http://www.trentoncats.org/adoption-questionnaire/ and let your references know someone will be contacting them soon. All our cats are neutered, up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations, dewormed and flea-treated, tested for FIV/FeLV, and microchipped prior to adoption. Thanks for opting to adopt!