Sissy is the perfect cat. She will greet you when you come home, and hop up into your lap to snuggle. She purrs like a small steam engine when petted, and is always happy to cuddle. She is wonderful with children - making no objections to them picking her up and she will play with them as happily as she will play with adults. Sissy is equally friendly with dogs provided they are friendly with her, and she's been known to play den-mother to kittens. Her seasonal allergy to grass means that she may start sneezing or have watery eyes if she stays next to open windows in the spring and summer, but that will obviously pass in the fall and winter. For play time she loves anything that mimics birds - so wand toys with feathers are a bit hit with her. She's less fond of the laser pointer than some other cats as she prefers more tactile toys - so fuzzy toy mice that squeak when she bats them around are recommended. Sissy is an adaptable, friendly, wonderful cat looking for a new home with people and other pets to keep her company.
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