She loves people and greets her foster family at the door when they come home from work and likes to be in the same room as them. She will sometimes jump up into their laps and purr quietly, although her foster family wishes she would do that more frequently. She also doesn’t usually like to snuggle with her humans unless she comes to them. She adores getting scratched behind the ears and will collapse onto your hands in gratitude, which is really cute.
She is generally fairly quiet. She greets her humans with a “purr-chirp” when they enter a room, or if she is excited. One exception is that she woke her foster parents in the middle of the night a couple of times meowing because she wanted to play. This is something that her forever home would want to train her not to do.
She loves playing with her toys and is quite the accomplished hunter. Her favourite toys to play with are wand toys and she’ll drag them over to her foster family to encourage them to play with her.
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