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|Rescue Me ID: 18-01-05-00071Giselle (female)|
Giselle is a feral cat who got in to my house several years ago when I still had other, older cats. She learned to use the litter box quickly, and got along with the other cats as long as they left her alone. However, she HATES my dog and will go out of her way to attack him. The house I lived in at the time allowed me to keep them separated, but I am now downsizing and this will put one animal or the other in danger eventually. At the moment she lives in the back room, so there is no immediate danger to her, but she'll be miserable if she has to live there forever. It is important that potential adopters understand that she is a FERAL cat. She will occasionally let you see her, and even more rarely she will play with toys, but you will never be able to pet her. However, she's lived in my house long enough now that she won't do well as a barn cat or outdoor cat. However, if you have a heated building of any kind with a mouse problem - you won't for long! Giselle is an AMAZING mouser. And she mostly cleans up after herself! She will come with toys, a bed, a cat tower (she does lover windows with a view!), a cat box, food and litter. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or if you are interested - thanks! P.S. Her breed and age are guesses based on pictures I showed people who know cats. (Less)
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Norwegian Forest Cat in Maine|
Norwegian Forest Cats can make good pets in Maine if they match your IifestyIe. The Norwegian Forest Cat is a fluffy, long haired breed. Norwegian Forest Cats can be very loving and sociable. Norwegian Forest Cats will seek out human company if they are left alone. Norwegian Forest Cats are mellow and adaptable. This breed does very well with children. Many Norwegian Forest Cats get along well with other pets. Norwegian Forest Cats enjoy the outdoors, especially in cold weather.
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