I was turned into the city shelter, and there was something about “too many cats” on my intake sheet. As I recall, I was living outside, but there were kind people in my life because I really LOVE people. Other cats? Meh.
The PZF folks took me back with them one day, and all the volunteers discovered how nice it is to play with me. If another cat in the community room comes up to me, I bop it, but I am not one to choose a fight. I think with time I will get a little more comfortable with space-sharing, because I am not even a year old. I DO have tortitude, and am very clear about what I want and when I want it. Out of my cage! Play! Snuggle!
If you would like a confident, smart, and all-around good companion, look no further. Did I mention I am humble?
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