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5 months
Full of energy – needs lots of play time
Indoor cat
Litter box trained

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Loves cuddles and loves being active
Good with kids and other animals as far as I have experienced
Her tongue and tail are her biggest weapons 😂

Crate trained, mostly leash trained, housebroken

Hermia (“Though she be but little, she is fierce!”)

I was born in a garage to a semi-feral mother. When I was 5 weeks old, a high schooler snuck me into school, but my cries quickly revealed my existence to the teacher. She took me home that day, and for the past 20 months, she raised me with her son and pug. The pug has recently had some health challenges, and Mom has not been able to give me the attention I deserve. I’m shy at first, but very sweet natured and curious. I love to sleep in bed with my people, but also have a cozy spot where I can spend time on my own. I would probably be happiest in a home with another cat, as I was separated from my family way too young. I’ve recently been staying at a friend’s home in Reno with an older cat who has taught me a great deal. I’ve always lived indoors, but I’ve been curiously watching the elder tom come in and out.


She is 6 months old. I adopted Olive from a private party that told me she was a Chihuahua. I am unsure of her breed but she is most likely a Great Pyrenees. I am unable to keep a large dog. She has the most lovely temperament!!! Loves humans, other dogs, and my cat (even though she doesn’t mean to be rough). She is very smart, trains quickly, and is very loving and affectionate. She never barks either. She would do best in an active family home with another big dog to play with. She is not too high energy. Crate trained and potty trained. Needs spay and shots still.

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