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Balinese behavior behavior

The Balinese is a very extroverted, inquisitive and affectionate cat. Loyal and intelligent, they are very vocal and can be demanding of attention. They are not recommended for those who do not have an ample amount of time to play and give them a lot of attention. Despite their sometimes-demanding nature, Balinese are very adaptive and get along very well with children. Insatiably curious, they have a tendency to climb almost any height and investigate any given cubbyhole, object or person. Any common object around the house could serve as a toy for these curious felines. They get along very well with other animals and, in fact, seem most happy with a companion and playmate to help soothe their need for attention. Balinese are most definitely indoor cats, and should not be allowed to wander outside.

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