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Greetings, my name is Miss July. I had a home, but one day my person put me in the car and drove somewhere. Then I got a kiss, the car door was opened and I was put on the street and watched my person drive away. Thank goodness a nice lady saw all of this and scooped me up. I was brought here and went into a great foster home where I was well loved on. When I came here I was scheduled to be spayed, but was found to be pregnant, so I went back into a great foster home where I was safe to give birth to four precious kittens. I was an excellent mom to them and they since found homes. I am a friendly, active teenager that enjoys exploring and rolling on piles of blankets. I also enjoy catnip, but I do not care to be held. I am looking forward to becoming an important member of a loving forever family. I should let you know that I would prefer to be your one and only, I do not care to share my people with any other furry creatures.”