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I am already spayed, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Lindy is about as loving as they come, but she can be frightened by scary noises or when she is suddenly grabbed or picked up; as a result, she will do best in a home without any small children or doggies. She will be more than happy to soak up all the gentle chin scritches, petting, and soft brushing you care to give her though while she’s safe in your lap or on the ground. Lindy will let you hold her too so long as you let her know beforehand.
She got along well with several other cats in her foster home and would often be found cuddling with them, so another feline companion would be good for her, with proper introductions. You may want to consider Pandora, a cat who was in the same rescue group and is friendly with Lindy.
Lindy is estimated to have a birth date in September 2013. She tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV, is current on vaccines, and has been spayed.