Gypsy is kitty that is jam packed full of personality. When her volunteers (yes, we're her volunteers) come to clean, feed and play with the kitties, Gypsy's the first in line to greet and trip us. Gypsy has to trust you before she will do the honor of tripping you, but these days it doesn't take Gypsy long to warm up to visitors. Our pint size little girl loves to rub on ankles and goes into a frenzy when she is being petted, but only a select few people can pick her up for a cuddle. As you probably noticed Gypsy is missing an eye and we're not sure how that happened. She was live trapped and brought to a humane society where she gave birth overnight. A few days later Gypsy and her kittens came to Catkins, where we worked hard to keep both mom and babies healthy. Gypsy had a very hard time trusting people and only bonded to a few of us at first. After her eye completely healed from surgery we introduced Gypsy to everyone else. Once she was free to roam, Gypsy's personality blossomed and she has worked hard to thank her caretakers everyday. We absolutely love and adore Gypsy, and we are so proud of the progress she has made, but we know what she really needs is a home of her own. She would probably do best in a home without dogs or kids as these can be a little scary, but other cats would be just fine. Gypsy is FeLV negative, has been dewormed, spayed and brought up to date on her vaccines. Her eye socket is completely healed and the loss of her eye does not impair her at all. We highly recommend that whoever adopts Gypsy have multiple litter boxes- one for her to go to the bathroom in and one for her to take dust baths in.