Hi everyone, my name is Oreo, why don't you take me home so you can a little bit of sweetness in your life every day. When you first meet me, I may be scared, timid, and may even try to hide, but once I get used to you and trust you, I will start coming around and become more loving. In fact, once I haven't gotten used to people, I become very friendly and playful with men, women, and children. In addition, after we have been around each other and have built trust, I enjoy receiving affection from you, and am okay with being held, but only for short periods of time. However, I don't like my stomach touched or messed with. Something I seem to enjoy a little bit more than receiving affection is playing with toys as bouncy balls, especially tennis balls, moving strings, and laser lights. In my previous house, I was mostly as an indoor cat, so as a result, I am completely litter box trained. In addition, in my previous house, I lived with another cat that was my litter mate and was friendly and playful with him. However, whenever I see a dog, I become very scared, so I think that I would do best in an environment where there are only cats. So if you are willing to take it slow and give me time to adjust and get used to you, I have a feeling you won't regret it. I am currently in the rehoming program, so if you are interested in me then don't hesitate to call up here so we can get the process rolling.
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