Small Children do frighten her and that’s been an issue as well, she will not try and really hurt them but she likes her quiet and them being rowdy even away from her frightens her. She’s gotten better but i feel she’d be happier in a home with older or no children in the home. She does like my 6 yr old and enjoys cuddling with him.
She does ok with cats so long as they don’t take a swipe at her. She is very respectful of the human alpha in the house. A snap of your finger and a sharp no she looks to you for direction.
Please contact my mom. I am ready to go and be in a furever home.
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