Sam is a very large young cat. In fact, he's still a kitten. Sam was from a stray litter found under a house. His siblings have all since been adopted. In fact, they were adopted more than 6 months ago and Sam is left. Sam was the shyest of his litter and needed some more time to gain trust of humans. Right now, Sam is a great house cat, but is not the kind of cat who loves to snuggle. He is the perfect companion cat for another kitty needing a friend to play with. Sam is friendly and enjoys attention on his own terms, but he is not a lap cat by any means. This has been the reason Sam has been looked over. Can you find a place for Sam in your life?
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