Kit has been in foster care for a couple of weeks now and we have nothing but great things to say about her. She is a little thing and a ball of silly energy. Kit loves to run zoomies and play. She will "smile" when she's super excited, too. You can tell Kit didn't get out of the college much- a lot of things are very new to her. She's had a cram session by hanging out on our farm (EVERYTHING had to be barked at initially- mules, donkeys, sheep, cats, birds, everything). She has accepted most of the critters now....except the turkeys....but they are weird birds.
We were told Kit didn't like to be restrained. We haven't pushed it much w/her, but she willingly comes up for snuggles and attention and doesn't seem to mind that type of interaction. She may need some help learning to trust vets/groomers, though. Kit has actually done amazingly well w/structure and balance. She learned quickly that our rules are easy and life is great if you follow them (pretty typical border collie).
Kit is good w/most other dogs and, while interested in the cats, keeps her distance. Kit would do best in an adult home or a home w/older teenagers. She is smart as can be and will LOVE going to classes and learning new things. Kit could be a super fun intro-level sport dog for someone. I could see her really enjoying obedience, rally, agility training, etc. Kit is a higher medium energy girl. She will do best w/physical and mental stimulation. She has been respectful of our 4' fence.
Kit has had a very unique life up to this point- we can't wait for her to find her forever home and discover the "finer" things in life- she deserves it.