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I know, I know, he and Piper might not get along. But have you ever seen an animal and fell in love? Even just a picture of the animal? That’s how I got my dog and one of my cats and have never regretted it.
I'm learning how to add pics....
I would try not to set behavior expectations for the little guy just because of his breed. I find that breed "personality traits" are kind of like a daily horoscope; you'll probably see them if you're looking for them, but that doesn't mean they're real.
Thank you but don't worry, I'm always willing to meet my pets at their level of comfort then push just a little to see how far we can go. It took a long time for my Ragdoll cat to come around. I adopted her at about 2 yrs of age and she was/is very timid. He is trained for show handling and is halter and leash trained. BTW: he's FREE and his halter and leash come with him!