Roxie – She is not a lap cat, just yet. She shows possible signs in the middle of winter when she curls up at your feet on the couch or in bed. She is extremely talkative and will never let you forget dinner time. She is energetic and loves to chase her tail. Makes me dizzy just watching her. She is the runt of the litter and will fight for what is hers. She is tiny with the metabolism of a humming bird. She loves her scratch & pet sessions every morning and is always watching over us once our son goes to bed. Spends most of her day sleeping under the bed, but you know she is there every morning and evening. She is very lovable, but at a distance and very much on her own terms, like a typical cat.
She would be best in a home where she is the only pet. A quiet home where she is the center of attention would be best.
Roxie does not get along with any other living creatures. She has been living with her sister (Gracie - see Gracie's adoption listing for details.) The two of them can be adopted together or separate. Neither of them have adjusted well to having a child introduced to the home.
We have a lot of supplies we are willing to donate with Roxie to lessen the upfront costs. We are running out of options with her. She is being surrendered because she isn't adjusting well to have a child in the house.
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