Cleo was adopted by a single person, and she was willing to share her person when he got married. She was less enthusiastic about sharing life with a dog, and then came the children. Cleo is willing to tolerate all of this, but she'd really rather not and has made her opinion on the matter quite firmly known. When not in a bustling, chaotic environment she is an affectionate, playful girl; and has the activity levels of a much younger cat. And she has no objections to nose boops. Of course, a person must first persuade Cleo that they are worthy of giving her nose boops, but once trust has been established she's a happy girl. The petite white-bibbed tabby is seeking a quiet home with either a couple or a single person. Cleo is front declawed.
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