Please go to http://www.animalalliesoftexas.org/adoption-application/ to fill out an application for me, Gillian, today!
A note from Gillian's foster mom: Gillian is very friendly and incredibly gentle when she plays and has never acted out aggressively towards any of the people or animals in the house. She gets a little scared when my friends dog comes over since he barks at her and the other since he isn’t used to being around cats but she might be more comfortable with dogs who are kinder. She has an odd habit of pawing on the floor around the water bowl where the dog food is also kept (she doesn’t eat the dog food).
She is still very much a curious kitten with a sweet temperament. She is not much of a lap cat but that could be due to her activity level and might change as she grows older. Also I have never observed any litterbox issues or food aggression.
She hasn’t been around children as far as I know but if they are old enough to know not to harass her I don’t forsee any issues. Any household that takes the time to engage with her and provide affection would be ideal. I live with two roommates and we all have very different schedules and are very relaxed in general and she hasn’t had any problems with our coming and going all at different times.
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