|Purred: Tue Nov 13, '12 11:24am PST |
|Our advice: Get an older cat. Why? Becuase many times they are more gentle, require less of a 'learning curve' and are good for Cat people novices. Mommy's first real kitten was CK...and don't get us wrong, but CK was alot of fun and alot of work for all of us...and he still has alot of the 'young cat' things going on.
on the other hand, Emily Rose, our latest foster who just got adopted was the 'purrfect cat'. Gentle, soft pawed, chatty, loving, and very well behaved, she would be a great first cat for someone.
Our advice is to work with a small shelter or rescue that know the cats. Go and spend some time with them...but lean toward older cats who's personalities are known. You will be glad you did.
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