The invasion of our house by a certain demon black cat has caused "a few of us" to reflect upon, and be thankful for, Sadie.
Sadie is not mean or aggressive. Sadie is not territorial. Sadie shares and plays well with others.
She spends most of her time on her couch, behind her couch, or on her dining room table, which she always shares with me.
Even as a kitten, she was never wild or destructive, unlike certain demon black kitties we won't name but who might be visible in a photo below.
Sadie does not jump up on counters or appliances; she does not wake ML up at night; she does not even know what a floor register is.
Sadie always uses her litter box, and she never misses. She doesn't pee or poo in inappropriate inside places, and she does not spray the outside yard.
She doesn't even scratch the furniture! She uses our ancient scratching post.
The only time Sadie gets bossy is first thing in the morning when she screams for her cream as ML is making her coffee.
She does not bully me, Bianca or Mosaic Dawg.
She had never met a fur she did not like, until she met a certain demon black cat. Even if she is not being taunted, Sadie still dislikes (and distrusts, with good reason) Annie immensely.
Sadie is sweet, loving, quiet, even-tempered, and very low maintenance.
ML thinks this is because Walter befriended her from kittenhood and taught her how to be a perfect kitty, with a lot of help from Mosaic Dawg.
Just because the squeaky black demon kitty gets the cat blog grease most often, I want to go on record.
Sadie has my vote for:
Easiest Mosaic (Two or) Four-Legged to Live With.