Hey there! It's me! Bartley! I'm told I'm the biggest character with TONS of personality. I like to help the staff with their work by walking across their desks or laying across their keyboards. I'm also helpful with new volunteer orientations in welcoming volunteers to the shelter and pushing buttons for the PowerPoint slides. I'm all about helping when needed. I get along with other cats and dogs are okay (sometimes, but they are kind of a pain in the you know what..) I found out that I am FIV positive so I either have to go home with another FIV positive cat or be the only cat. I am also bonded to my bro, Baylor but he is so laid back you will never even know he is there! Seriously, I love living in the lobby at the shelter and helping out the staff where I can but I'd also love to get into a home that I can call my own (with my bro, Baylor of course).
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