already spayed, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
Red Star's Info...
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
Red Star's Story...
Red Star's Story...
I recently came back because it was really difficult for me to adjust to the dog in the home. Although I had lived with a small dog and a cat prior to that, the dog and I just never really connected, so I would be in a separate room at times and I just did not like that; I’d scratch at the door to be let out. I am playful, though a bit reserved at first before I let you see all the love in my heart. I can be independent if you are doing your own thing—except if you are doing the dishes or washing your hands! (I am known as a faucet drinker.) I could probably live with another cat, but I would be happier as the only cat—perfect if you lead an active lifestyle and don’t want to feel guilty if you are going out after work.
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