The name fits this very friendly orange male cat because many times, he is the clown of the household: he plays, jumps, runs and sometimes slaps the face of the nearby standing dog or cat. He is energetic, likes to be petted and then, he rolls over for you. He is a dominant, short hair, young orange tabby who might be okay with only one more cat in a household. Born around June 2013.
CC4C Contact: Gemma firstname.lastname@example.org
Foster: Susan E
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