Buttermilk needs a loving home. She was seized from a hoarder and is very shy and scarred. I have been working with her for three months and she has finally come out of her shell. She likes women more then men and only tolerates gentle petting to her back. She likes my children but prefers a quiet setting without being held, she likes to watch what is happening and likes to play by herself. She tolerates none aggressive dogs and cats.
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