Beatrice and her siblings, Skeeter, Potter and Pippi were all rescued from the pound when they were going to be killed. They all fell in love with their foster mom's dogs as soon as they met them, so it's a pretty safe bet they were born into a home with dogs.
Beatrice is sweet and playful but not a cuddler. A little shy at first but then wants to play. This adorable girl LOVES, LOVES, LOVES dogs!!! She is on the quieter side. She really needs to be with a dog and hopefully a cat, too. She likes to sleep in the middle of the dogs.
As much as she loves dogs, she also loves other cats and has lots of play in her. She does like belly rubs. She loves older kids and likes nothing better than to have someone sit on the floor and play with her. If you sit on the floor, she will come right to you! She is getting lost in the shuffle of her busy foster home and not getting enough attention.
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