If you say that someone is pussyfooting around, you are criticising them for behaving in a too cautious way because they are not sure what to do and are afraid to commit themselves. (Collins Dictionaries)
To move about stealthily or warily like a cat. (Collins Dictionary)
To avoid making a decision or expressing an opinion because you are uncertain or frightened about doing so. (Cambridge Dictionary)
To tread or move warily or stealthily. (Merriam – Webster)
To refrain from committing oneself. (Merriam – Webster)
Act in a cautious or non-committal way. (Oxford Dictionaries)
Chatting with Chvrches about creativity. ‘Don’t pussyfoot around.
Pussyfoot in a sentence.
Stop pussyfooting around/about and tell me what you really think.