Gypsy has only lived with cats and she is comfortable cuddling up with them. She is completely non aggressive. She will take patience to get to the point of wanting much affection, but she is very kind to everyone and will likely reward one who shows her the love she deserves. Since other cats are her sustenance at this point, it would be helpful for her to be adopted with somebody else in her cat room. She cannot be put with other cats since a few years ago a cat in her room died of FIP and our vet recommends that she not go with other cats in case she could be a carrier even though she is not affected.
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