Dr. McMittens is an independent girl that likes to do things in her own time. She is a little shy to start, but once she warms up is very affectionate. Dogs don't bother her once she gets to know them, and she likes to play with other cats. Feather toys are destroyed quickly by this girl. DOB: April 2016
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