Yeah, I'm no wilting VIOLET. Yes, I have a lovely name and I am oh so sweet. But don't let that fool you, I can wrestle with the boys and make them squeal. I might be a little fiesty, but that's good we can't all be milk toast and sugary sweet. (Confession - I am a cuddly purr box with foster mom. Don't tell.) Since I'm littler than everybody else here they need to know I'm spicy. I'm not taking any of their pranks. I'll jump on them. But if your a gentle person I can be butter in your arms. Purr, Butta, Purr, Butta, Purr. You might need some spicy butta who comes in a soft black package.
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