I found Tigress crying outside of my apartment last summer. She was very tiny and very scared, but once I let her roam free in my home, typical cat curiosity kicked in and she made herself comfortable. Now, a year later, she is the easiest animal I have ever owned. She was very easy to potty train and she knows how to regulate her own food. She is very soft and still small, I have no clue of she'll get bigger. She loves being petted until she's overwhelmed and wants to be left alone. She loves being in high places and watching cat games on TV. I would say she needs a home with not too many people, she hides when there's more than 3 people in my home. She has only every shown slight curiosity or otherwise disinterest in the dogs I've brought around her, so I believe she'd be good in a home with small dogs who will give her space. Tigress was always meant to go to a different home, I just never had the time or energy to post her and I honestly just got attached. But, now, its time to let her go. Due to some life changes, Tigress's presence will cause health concerns to a certain family member of mine so she can longer be in the home. Tigress is truly no trouble of a cat and anyone interested would not regret having her as a new member of the family.
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