While she is not keen on being picked up, therefore not a good fit for small children, Sissy can be described as a lap cat. She approaches on her own terms and displays that charming feline independence known to all cat lovers. Patience (and head rubs) wins her over. Sissy will grow to hold a place in your heart that goes far beyond her small size. Sissy doesn't seem to like dogs very much.
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