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Friendly but camera shy. Great with other kitties. Very sweet and great kitty. Molly was adopted from us when she was only 5 mos. in Sept. 2006. Now due to hardship & move adopter needs to return her to us. Molly is doing well at her foster home. Now relaxed. Update from her foster home: Molly is fine with non-confrontational cats and dogs Molly will get along with them but never trust them always keeping arms length. She would have a similar reaction to any human that is not understanding of this. I.e. Molly would not be good in a house with children. You have to let Molly get to know you slowly and trust you. Then she will come to you when you call. It's not the people she's afraid of but the unknown that scares her and she will hide. Given a choice I would suggest Molly is best in a house with no other animals. She is more likely to roam the entire house and hence maximize interaction with the people. Like any normal cat she strongly desires human interaction so she will set aside her fear to seek it out. But not if she fears any aggressiveness from other animals. Adult home only.