Georgie is very sweet and intelligent. She is inquisitive and a gentle little lady. She was rescued from a park in Pennsylvania when she was about 2 1/2 and raised with a younger kitten, rescued at the same time, since January, 2011. Her owner moved to California for hospice care by his family and passed away at the end of July, 2016. She and her 'brother' (Little Dude, CF7490) were a great comfort to him during his final illness. They both need to be an included part of a loving family.
She was nervous about meeting my Great Danes, but her curiousity and sweetness overcame that and she wanted to interact with them. Before any damage was done, I discovered that my dogs don't care much for cats.
She had lived with a couple of small dogs before and they got along well.
She is not good with young children.
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