Screaming Cat by Jack Savage

May 18, 2016

If you get slapped be ready for a scream. My cat Ros is very small for an adult.  Also, Ros is black as the night.  She just had babies but she was very small.

Ros was screaming when another cat got slapped. Also she was eating treats all the time. Afterwards she licked herself. Then she tried to exit the room!

One good outcome for Ros would be that she gets a nice home with, maybe, kids that are about seven. Also, you would have to be patient with her

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