I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
She's a bossy little busybody, but when Angel turns those melting brown eyes on you your heart just turns to jello. Although not as supercharged as most border collies, she will do best with a reasonably active family. And if you're of a mind to challenge her smarts, she would blossom in advanced training.
Angel is naturally very submissive to humans, and can seem timid when she first meets someone new. In fact, she considers pretty much any stranger to be just a friend she hasn't met yet. She is probably too high-strung and intense to be a good fit for young children, and she'll do best with an adopter whose calm demeanor and firm leadership gives her confidence.
Can be dominant with other dogs. In a pack situation, Angel believes she has first dibs on the resources. She will guard her food from other dogs, and may get pushy and nippy, especially with dogs that allow her to bully them. She also won't willingly back down to a dog that challenges her. But she responds promptly when a human tells her to quit being a brat, at present she is part of a pack of around 10 dogs, and she gets on well with most of them.
Behavior with cats unknown. Angel will definitely need to be tested before going to live in a cat-owned home.Given her high prey drive we believe she would probably not be polite to a cat.