This super sweet roly poly girl is Eos, affectionately known as E. She is approximately five years old, spayed, up to date on her vaccinations and weighs about 8 pounds. E has been combo tested and is negative for both leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus. While Eos initially resided in my office, she currently resides in my purple room in my house with other rescue kitties, Buttercup and Mozart; both of whom are also listed on RescueMe. Although not related, E and Mozart are absolute best buddies and spend quite a bit of time snuggling together and would make a purrfect pair for anyone interested in adopting two kitties. Eos has a sleek black, brown and orange coat with a small white patch of fur on her lower tummy; she has big bug eyes and a short semi pugged nose. She is very reserved, but does enjoy playing with toys and a feather wand, albeit in a very dainty fashion. She allows both my brother and I to hold her on our hips like a baby, and she will wrap her front paws around our necks and give us hugs when we do so. I first spotted E late one afternoon as she was lurking around a patch of bushes in my office parking lot. She most likely was attracted by the food I was putting out for another kitty in an effort to gain his trust and ultimately trap him. After her first sighting, she appeared every day at dusk and patiently wait for me to place the food in the bushes. She would eat from one plate while the boy kitty ate from the other. Once trapped, E lived the first months of her rescue life in a kitty habitat, snuggled up in a ferret hammock, taking in the sights and sounds of life as an office dweller. She ultimately graduated to the downstairs' office space where I place those kitties who have acclimated and are ready for adoption. While she is super social with my brother and myself, I have no doubt that she will need some time to acclimate to her new home. Most likely life in my office was her first experience of living indoors with humans and while she feels at ease with my brother and I, she will most likely need her adopter to gain her trust as we did. No real magic to that, just feeding her and talking to her. I have no doubt that once her adopter does so that this dear girl will be his/her best buddy. If you are interested in becoming this beautiful girl's mom and/or dad, please feel free to contact me. She is so deserving of some human to call her own. I do, when possible, like to receive a vet reference from potential adopters.