Hi, my name is Aiden. I was adopted by a family when I was a kitten and was returned to Fat Cat Rescue a few years later, so I'm looking for another home and a new someone to love me.
I have a beautiful grey mask on my adorable, round white face, and a grey spot on my pink nose. I'm a BIG cat -- but very gentle and sweet. I am shy when I'm around strangers, but with a little patience and kindness, I am a very loving companion and an A+ cuddler. In fact, I love to cuddle with my foster mom every night (and nibble her hair just a little bit). Sometimes, it can be hard to figure out what I'm thinking because I have big solemn eyes and I don't talk very much, but when I do, my meows are very high and soft like a kitten's.
I have such a gentle, easygoing temperament that when I meet people for the first time, I let them hold me and even clip my nails without making any fuss. I will usually just bury my head in their arms – it just makes me feel safe.
I didn't expect to lose my first home, so it took me a while to re-acclimate and bounce back to my normal, loving self. Now I'm ready to start a new life with a new family.
Will you take me home?
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