Well, gee, that wasn't fair. As Beej said, what about Belle? Or Buddy for that matter. (my preference is always for male cats, but that's just me)GL on having your "sucker" sign plugged in this morning. Cats can always see a "sucker" sign glowing. BTW, I would seriously resist going for a kitten ... knowing your home and the apartment complex, I think you would be better served with an adult, or at the very least, a cat over 1 year old. As for making the Cat of your Dreams (nka CYD) an indoor kitty ... regardless of where they are from or how they got to the shelter, once it arrives on your property it's a whole new ballgame. As long as YOU keep it indoors, going outside won't be an option. Likewise, most cats ... given consistent, daily, short training sessions ... can be trained to harness and leash. (admittedly, some are more adaptable than others) Do it and you won't be sorry. GL and let us know who, if any, select you on this visit. DP
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