Bow is a big guy who's always first to the table at meal time. He gets along with other kitties as long as they don't get between him and his food. It takes him a while to adapt to new situations but once he knows he's safe (and where the food is) he settles in. However, if in a house with more than one cat, he will want to be the dominant one so he'd probably be better with no other cats or with his sister, Buttons, who is also here at the Sofia Center.
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