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Our cat was found by a co-worker, abandoned by a Red Box movie rental kiosk. They took her home and fed her, and temporarily named her "Red Box." But they lived in a community with rules about how many pets residents can have, and they already had as many as allowed. So the co-worker asked if anyone could adopt her. From the first picture I saw, I was drawn to her - she was a scrawny kitten that didn't look old enough to be weaned, but her color and markings reminded me of a wildcat from the Aftrican Savannah. We already had two cats, but soon adopted her and Savannah became her new name. Savannah is now full grown and has filled out to be an even more beautiful cat. She has been a wonderful addition to our home, and is definitely the star of the movie of our lives.
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