Apollo is about 6 months old, and was rescued from being abandoned and homeless along with his brothers and sisters when he was younger.
He has a brother, Adonnis, and they have been fostered together and love each other very much, and they are both very co-dependent on each other. They are always together and prefer the comfort of being together. Apollo is the alpha cat between them - he is very loving, sweet, and loves being petted and will brush against your legs and fall down in your lap. He's a lover, and just content and happy being loved all day! They are just learning how to play, and are quieter cats, somewhat shy, and prefer being in a quieter household where they can be cuddled and be on your lap!
Contact Name: Gemma Osendorf
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone: 925.708.8395
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