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Jill is a shy gal that find shelter life a tad overwhelming. She was friendly with all people, and visiting children in her previous home. She lived with a small dog and another cat whom she enjoyed. She does take time to warm up to new animals and will need a slow introduction. She likes to be pet but, is not a lap cat. She prefers not to be held, but may be found sitting near you. She is a gentle player who enjoys string toys. Jill is described as a vocal, gentle couch potato.
Jill is declawed in her front paws.