Homer was rescued from a former airport radar station in Fremont. He has gotten so much more friendly since first rescued. Active and playful, he loves to run and climb! He’s a little purr machine and quite a goofball. An active buddy would be great for him. His best friend is his brother Barney. Homer is getting used to being picked up and cuddled, but he loves to be petted and purrs up a huge storm. He has not been around kids or dogs. He loves belly rubs. He could be solo or with other cats. He might not mind a mellow dog. He could be fine with kids 12 and up. We estimate he was born in February of 2014. Bio# 3278 DJ
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