Don't let my name fool you. It's true that I was timid when I first came to the shelter, so the staff decided to see if I'd do better in one of the community cat rooms. That was a great idea, because boy, have I ever come out of my shell! I'm now a very social guy who greets everyone who comes in the room. I'm playful and energetic and I love to romp and wrestle with the other cats. I'd love to have a feline friend in my new home who shares my enthusiasm for playing.
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