Spunky Tabby that loves all!
Okay to live in a home with...
Should NOT live in a home with....
my foster loves everyone
Cleo is a brown and black striped tabby, but when she rolls onto her back you'll get a cute surprise: a little spotted tummy! If you look close, you'll also notice adorable orange spots throughout her coat =^.^=
Cleo does it all! She loves to cuddle (especially into your neck), play, roll around outside, burrow into sheets, and explore. She wants to be everyone's best friend, including dogs and older cats who Cleo will cuddle up to after a couple of good sniffs!
This kitty has what sort of characteristics?
AffectionateOutgoingCuriousLikes pettingLikes to cuddleEnjoys being heldPlayfulIndependent
The best home to adopt me would be
The best home atmosphere would be
Lived successfully with other catsMay be good with gentle dogs
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