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|Rescue Me ID: 15-09-06-00030Ruby (female)|
She knows how to play fetch and loves having lots of love and attention. She's a lot more like a dog and gives unconditional love and loves to sit next to you wherever you sit. She's talkative but not where she'll meow and whine all day she just chats from time to time and thinks you understand her. She is very easy to train. If you see her scratching on furniture for instance she'll readily be transferred to a scratching post and take the hint and instead scratch it. She used to be very athletic and do back flips and jump very high to catch toys that I'd swing around but she is a bit over weight which she could probably lose if she was in a single cat household since it's easier to control food with just one cat.I noticed my other cats would pick on her because she irritates them by taking their favorite places but I think it's because she likes sharing lol.i I can't recall her having any particularly bad traits. Do not adopt her unless you think you can give her a forever home and lots of attention and love. She used to be a very scared nervous cat but she's a lot better now. She only gets a bit nervous with changes and I recently left her in the care of my sisters so she seems to have gotten back some of her nervousness. I think allowing her into my bedroom helps. Cats tend to feel safer and happier if they aren't barred from their owners room. I haven't been allowed to let her in my room due to my husband having issues with cats. I'm leaving the country soon and can't take her with me due to it being difficult and my husband not handling my cats so well so we argue a lot and it gets stressful on me and my cats. I already adopted one of my cats out and now trying to find Ruby a good home too.She's my buddy and I hope you'll allow her to be yours too. She has funny random white specks of hair that don't really show in pictures they crack me up. She also has a small knick on her right ear which makes her look a little like a pirate cat lol. Another random thingh about her is she likes her teeth gently brushed with a soft human toothbrush and no toothpaste. (Less)
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Bombay Cats can make good pets in Tennessee if they match your IifestyIe. The Bombay is a black, short-haired, Asian-type cat that resembles a Panther. Bombays are very intelligent, pleasant companions. Bombays get along well with children and other pets, and are sociable with visitors. Bombays love attention and affection, and can be easy to train.
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