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"I rescued my tortoise shell from a shelter. I named her Bree as she is such a little lady. She was just over a year old and was found in an abandoned house with a litter of kittens. She is a solid grey with brown spots scattered over her body. She is so friendly to a point of being excessive. She wakes me up at night wanting attention and talking. I have had to close my bedroom door at night in order to get some sleep. I have had her about a year now and was hoping she would grow out of this as she became more secure with her new home. She loves to talk and it's quite interesting all her different sounds she has for her different wants. I know when I come home from work she will be at the door waiting for me. She is always up for cuddles."

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