It took a few weeks of weeks of snuggle therapy in her foster home, and a designated hide box for her to feel safe approaching her foster mom on her own. She has wonderful manners, there haven't been any litter box issues, and she uses the scratching post regularly. She's fine with cat-friendly dogs, and would thrive in a home with a playful cat companion.
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