Tara may be missing part of her tail from an old injury, but it doesn't stop her from enjoying life to the fullest. It does, however, cause her to be incontinent, which requires that she be expressed once a day. She's a curious girl who likes to play, and she's even able to entertain herself.
Friendly and loving to people, Tara likes to be involved and help with whatever you're doing. She'll even read with you. At first, Tara is a little uncomfortable around new cats. She likes to keep her distance and have her own space until she gets to know them. Once she does, she can get along with most cats.
Born in 2011, Tara is ready to be someone's very helpful house cat. Could that someone be you?
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