She gets along with other cats, and knows what dogs are but keeps her distance. She loves to chase shadows and reflections, and will sit in the window for hours, just to keep an eye on things.
She came from a one-cat household so she needs a minute to get settled with changes - new cats, dogs and people - then she is ok. Her people are in the military and had to move, and Yoda couldn't go, so she had to be re-homed. Not her fault! :)
She is a smart little girl, and a good cat.
Please contact us if you would like to meet Yoda!
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