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Annie likes to complain when you pick her up. I sat in the adoption room with her Wednesday and she rubbed my legs and let me pet her. I put her on my lap for about 5 seconds but when she jumped down she went right back to rubbing my legs. I picked her up to back to her cage, put her under my arm, she does chatter at you, but no injuries to me. Oh yeah throughout this I call her my Annie bananie.
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