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What are the sweetest cats
The sweetest cats are the ones who are still active and playful and are not at all curmudgeonly.
What kind of cat is better for kids?
Some cats are better for children than others. Kitties who are active will keep kids occupied, whereas cats who are more laid back may not be as active.
What is the best cat for kids?
The best cat for children is one who is active and playful.
What kind of cat are you?
As far as cats go, I am a pretty laid back cat. I am very active and am not at all shy.
Where do you like to sleep?
I like to sleep wherever my human family is.
I am a very laid back cat.
What are the sweetest cats?
I am a laid back cat.
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