Sarah should be the only pet in the house. She could co-exist with another cat that didn’t need any interaction from Sarah. The other cat would need to be very laid back and self-sufficient.
This little girl is a very good eater. She always seems to be hungry but manages to keep her slim figure. She does have special dietary requirements—she eats hypoallergenic prescription food and eats raw food as a daily treat. Sarah gets an antihistamine mixed in her raw food that she gobbles up.
It may take her a long time to gets comfortable in her new environment but once she is, Sarah is a devoted companion. Sarah is spayed, tested negative for FIV & Feline Leukemia, and is up to date on her vaccinations.
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