Very handsome, short hair orange tabby male who looks like a tiger but does not act like a tiger. He is friendly but shy with strangers and does not like to be held. He likes to snuggle with other furry friends and he is always gentle with his buddies. He is appr. one year old and prefers not to be alone but in a company of other male or female cats. Born around June 2013.
CC4C Contact: Gemma, firstname.lastname@example.org, 925-708-8395
Foster: Susan E
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