I had this adorable cat, Bean, when I lived in Flagstaff. I moved away, and a dear past roommate/friend has been watching her ever since. However, this friend can no longer keep the cat. Bean is an indoor/outdoor cat who goes to the bathroom outside but sleeps, eats, drinks water, and cuddles inside. She is very timid at first but becomes attached to her caretaker. Bean is very vocal and makes a lot of cute/weird sounds. She has long hair and sheds her coat in the spring and loooves to be brushed. Bean is very small (about 8lbs). When outside she is extremely friendly and walks up to strangers and rolls around begging for pets. If you live in the neighborhood she is currently located you have probably seen her before. For about 2 weeks during the winter I put a litter box out because she doesn't like the snow and I was paranoid that she would't use the bathroom outside. Other than that I never had a litter box set up. She has never had an accident inside and is literally the easiest pet ever. She also used a dog door for a year at one point (though it took her about a minute each time to figure it out). I would recommend for the first few weeks of having her to keep her inside, because otherwise she may wander back to her old home until she knows you are her trusted owner. Bean could also be an indoor cat with a litter box. I will provide a litter box (with lid, but nothing fancy) and a little travel crate.