This is Tally.
She is a part-husky who grew up around cats. And, according to her owner, she acts just like one. Even though she's most definitely a dog. Just look at her size!
Like many cats, Tally enjoys nestling up in small spaces -- like in boxes.
Tally doesn't make much noise. She likes to people watch and gaze out the window.
She has the introverted tendencies of a feline.
When Tally was a puppy, she still looked like a dog.
Despite the available surface area, Tally doesn't like her belly rubbed.
"She'll stare at you and sigh a lot until you stop," writes her owner.
But, that doesn't mean she's not playful.
And Tally enjoys a good, old-fashioned cat-like sunbathing session.
Cat, dog or cat-dog, Tally's a girl we'd be honored to meet.
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