Cassie is a beautiful, independent girl. If you are looking to adopt a lap cat that is devoted to you and wants to snuggle endlessly at your whim, keep on looking! Cassie is not interested in what you want in the least. This girl is much too busy with her own life to worry about yours. She will let you know when, where and how long she will allow you to pet her - she expects you to be available. Her only exception to her rigid rules is when food is involved! If you want some love, bring out the goods - tuna is a favorite. You must stoop to bribing her - it's okay though because she appreciates your efforts.
Cassie loves dogs. She wants to be with her dogs more than she wants to be with you. Don't be offended - embrace it. She can take or leave another cat. She will play and romp around like a normal adolescent amazingly enough - just don't tell her you know that. ;)
Cassie is very uncomfortable around new people and in new surroundings. She'll prefer a low activity home without a lot of loud yelling and screaming. Got young, loud children? Stop reading about this funny, quirky girl and move on! If you fall in love with this beauty, great!! HSTC would just like to let you know that we do not accept any liability for the damage that may be done to your self esteem. :)
You can submit an adoption application for Cassie at www.myhstc.org/adopt. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like more information on Cassie.
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