already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am a loud chatter box and all it takes to get me going is for someone to walk towards the area where you can generally find me chilling out. I enjoy hanging out on one of the shelves, just because this allows me a better view of all the activities of the catroom. I am good with cats as I used to live with another cat but around here, there are just too many of them and this is causing me some stress. Adding to all this is the reason that I am even here…it’s because my guardian passed away. So you can imagine how my world has literally been turned upside down. So, while I love attention and was described by my temporary guardian as being very loving and affectionate I can at times get a bit nervous. I am sure that if you were in my “paws”, you would probably be like that too. I think all I really need is to find a home with less commotion with some guardians that would give me some time to adjust and I should be back to my usual self.
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