Mr. Mimi is gorgeous and he knows it! He hates to be locked in a cage, and when he was at PACC, he had a ton of catitude. PACC even did a video showing Mr. Mimi being affectionate, much to everyone's surprise.
When he first arrived at his foster home, he had to stay in an upstairs bathroom, and it appeared that the video of friendly Mimi was a fluke. He lashed out whenever his foster mom brought his food in or cleaned his litter box. Then, once his quarantine was over and he was set free, it was as if a new cat appeared!
Uber-affectionate and stunningly handsome, Mimi would love to find his forever home. He likes to think that he is the ruler of the roost, but he quickly backs down if another kitty presses the issue. He gets along well with other cats, not sure about dogs. He hates to share a litter box, so please make sure he has his own place to potty. Wally, the PACC office cat, assures me that he taught Mr. Mimi all he knows. Won't some nice person with a brush and an air-conditioned house adopt Mr. Mimi, and save him from a life in the wilds of Tombstone?
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