While Shasta is not really a dog lover, she does get along with humans & other cats. She is currently living with her buddy Rascal & is sorta hoping they can be adopted together. You know, so Rascal can help her settle in more easily. Shasta is a little on the shy side and will take a few days to warm up. She doesn’t care for being carried around, but she loves to be petted & brushed.
Shasta is looking for a quiet home with adults or maybe older kids. In return you will get a friendly, sometimes talkative cat with a heart of gold.
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