Trixie is very cute and curious but is also quite timid. She wouldn't be a good choice for children and needs someone who is patient and calm. Trixie will sniff and nose bump you if you sit with her but she's very apprehensive about hands. She's gotten a lot better in foster care and will even tooth purr when she's getting pets. When Trixie is feeling intimidated she doesn't bite, just growls and boxes. Her little paws are so teeny it's almost cute, but we definitely prefer when she's calm and feeling secure.
To learn more about Trixie, call Kim from 9am to 8pm at (949)554-9007.