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In shelter Cat

New York, NY, 10013
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
So we dont know quite how to tell you this on this G rated site but Minnie, well, she likes to be spanked! Not too hard, but she likes to feel it and the faster you deliver the pankings, the better. She even loves to be spanked by multiple people at one time. Now before you call the authorities or contact Olivia Benson, know that we discovered this quite accidently. Our fosters tried everything to please Minnie. Special treats, yummy food, lots of toys but everytime they approached her with a gentle touch, they were met with a hiss and a smack with claws extended. The patting started when they tried to find a way to move her from their laps without getting wacked. Her reaction stunned them. She even lets strangers do it. See for yourself. Weve discovered that Mistress Minnie has a kinky side and there is more, but youll have to contact to get those details. 
So if you are okay with this, then she may be the gal for you. (However, if you are really into this, then maybe not. We wish to keep her life PG rated at least!)

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