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In shelter Cat

Los angeles, CA, 90036
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Do you love to surround yourself with strong women?  Then I am the girl for you.  My name is Maggie, and I am a 2 year old total boss.  I do not like to share my space with other cats except maybe my sister, Lena. Around nonrelated cats I take my Boss status a little too seriously and can become a bully.  I was raised with big dogs so I am used to them, and I can likely live with other dogs with a proper introduction.  I absolutely love human attention and playtime. I love to chase toys on a string and plastic springs.  Catnip also makes me wild, but I also like to hang on the couch with my people or rub my head against the backs of their heads. One of my favorite things is to rub against your legs and do somersaults on your feet when you are cooking in the kitchen.  Because of my eagerness for feet flopping, I shouldn’t live with anyone who isn’t stable on their feet.  I do like to get my way, I’ve even been known to throw temper tantrums when my spring toys get stuck on my paws.  My foster parents just laugh at my entertaining antics.  If I seem like the kind of alpha girl you are looking for, apply and set up a meet and greet with me today.

Note: Maggie is being fostered in Upland, Ca. 

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