This is a lovely refined cat! She nestles nicely with shy cats, but when you approach her, she stays and enjoys the petting. Without a roomful of cats, she will undoubtedly come into her own and be the affectionate curious girl she is meant to be. Never aggressive with cats or humans, she can hold her own when necessary. She would probably enjoy being with another animal who welcomed her, or with somebody in her cat room, whom she already knows. Because a couple of years ago, a cat in her room died of FIP, a vet recommends that she not go to a home with cats already there. Those in her room are fine, and we will give a big discount if you take two or more from that room. Room D.
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