While my kittens were young and they had to be handled and checked, I was never aggressive, or vicious, or mean to my foster family. Whenever taken to the veterinarian for check-ups, (although I didn't like getting checked), I exhibited no aggressive behavior and allowed Dr. Gloria and her assistants to take care of me.
I am a very tidy cat. I'm a very dainty eater. I use my litter box and took very good care of my kittens. I was given a carpeted scratch post, but I really like the flat scratch boards made from cardboard.
Since my kittens are still with me, I don't play with toys when my foster family is around. But I do show interest in the activities of my kittens while they play with the string on a stick and the ping pong balls.
Since I have been in Fort Collins, I have not been around other adult cats: I do not know how I would react. I get along great with my kittens, but then again, I am the boss of them. My foster family can't tell how I would be with adult cats. But, I do know I would make a great companion and look forward to finding my forever home!
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