This is what her foster mom has to say - She is the sweetest, most gentle girl and very affectionate, but extremely timid. I highly recommend she go to a quiet home where there are no children or she would never be comfortable.
Also, I don't think she should go to a home where there are other cats unless the resident cats are very laid back and will welcome Annabelle's warm advances. The reason I say that is because she is way too trusting of them. I've seen her walk right up to my Elsa to rub her head on her with no fear whatsoever of her being a strange cat, no hesitation at all. I've never seen a cat be so trusting with strange cats before and I'm worried that could get her hurt in a new home.
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