Anita will be two years old this April. She is a very sweet little girl who loves to play and run. Her favorite toys are laser lights and tiny crumpled balls of paper or tinfoil; she’ll chase them around the house and even carry them in her mouth. Anita is a very curious little kitty, but knows not to jump up on most tables or the kitchen counters. With a gentle spray from a squirt gun, she'll learn where she is not wanted. She can be a little shy with new people, and a bit skittish if she feels she's being chased or yelled at, but with a bit of gentle lovingness, she'll warm right up and really does love attention and affection.
Anita would love another female kitty friend to play with, and she does get along with most dogs (provided they won't chase her!). She would fit right into a home with another cat or dog friend, but no young children please. (She was severely traumatized by young children at her first forever-home.)
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