Peaches is not a lap cat, nor one who loves being touched or held. We think that there is some chance in her life she was abused as she is very cautious re hands. Her foster mom reports that if she approaches her from the back, she can pet her, or scratch behind her ears or brush her.
She is OK with another cat as long as the cat is not bothering her. With that said she would probably be fine as an only cat. We think that it's best for her not to be adopted into a house with small children.
When her foster mom got her in February 2013 from the at risk list, she was very tense and on high alert but definitely in time has become much more comfortable. She would do best in a home with an experienced cat owner and one who will let Peaches be Peaches! She is beautiful with such unique coloring!
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