Liv was rescued from a kill shelter, so we don't know much about her background. She was very shy and nervous upon arrival, but is slowly coming out of her shell. She needs some time to get comfortable, but once she does she's loving and sweet. Born around 2012, she sometimes requires treatment for upper respiratory infections. Liv doesn't like to be picked up, but she will come up to you for love. Given time and space, she will really blossom and become more affectionate. She just needs quiet and a lot of patience and time.
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