Bambi has shown signs of hostility -- a bit of hissing and an occasional swipe with a paw. She also has a tendency to sit and stare instead of doing cute kitty tricks.
Gleanna Doyle, an animal behaviorist involved with the show, suggested Bambi would do well in a home without a lot of stimulation.
"I see her with an older man or a woman who sits in their rocking chair and reads and stokes the fire and goes for the three-times-a-day walk and prepares dinner and talks to the cat like my grandmother, when my grandmother was still alive," Doyle said.
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