Kelli is very affectionate and will purr the second you approach her, let alone start petting her. She will curl up with you on the couch and loves to spoon on the bed :-)
Kelli loves to jump extremely high when the wand toys or laser pointers are in play. She is super playful and has extra kitten personality. She would not do well in a home with small children because she might play too rough with them. Older children would be fine with her. She has been living in a home with a dog, so she will adapt to a new dog easily. She does take longer than average to warm up to new cats. When she realizes they want to be her friend she will soon be cuddled up with them.
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