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; Her foster home has dogs, and she has made it abundantly clear she disapproves of them - growling if she hears them bark, and monitoring the door if she hears them outside. She even got out and slapped one of them for being too close to her den, although she was otherwise okay with them around the house. Homing her with a dog is probably not recommended. It could be traumatic. Similarly, with other cats, she was generally very wary, although not as much so. An only cat household may be for the best.;
; Overall, she is a lovely kitty with great manners and a very even temper - as long as her kids are safe. Her fosters fell in love, but with other pets in the home, could not keep her.
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