Meet Clownie, a gorgeous, emerald-eyed young fellow who was living his life outdoors in Bensonhurst—and looking handsome while he was at it, too! That was Clownie’s lot, and he has the kind of personality that let him stay positive about absolutely everything, until his caretakers realized he was simply too much of a friendly mush not to be brought indoors, where he could finally have a home to call his own.
Well, Clownie’s caretakers weren’t wrong. He’s a complete gentleman, a magnificent roommate, and his unique markings only serve to improve the décor of any room he graces with his grand presence. More often than not where Clownie’s concerned, you’ll find yourself exclaiming, “Just look at that face!”
Then, you’ll find yourself drawn to scratch his favorite spot right under his chin. And then his cheeks. And then all over his head. It’s possible that every spot is Clownie’s favorite spot; he’s just that kind of guy. He shows his love and appreciation for the attention by purring up a storm—a big purr to match a big boy. He also loves to play with his feline friends, so he’ll need to find himself a home with at least one furry companion to get chummy with.
Clownie is approximately 4.5 years old, tested negative for felv/FIV, was neutered, and is up to date on his vaccines. If you’d like to meet this all American cat with the one-of-a-kind face, contact Tara Green at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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