I’m Big! I’m Bad! I’m Moosh! Not only am I devilishly handsome, but my personality is a treat that can’t be beat. I am confident, smart, curious, attentive, and probably just a little dog in a big cat’s clothing. If this sounds what you’re looking for – read on.
Ambitions? To be adopted by someone who has an excellent sense of humor and to perhaps, visit Mars. (I will always keep you laughing.)
Turn-ons? Laps, boxes, soft toys that I can bat around, kisses from head to toe, and staring lovingly into human eyes. (I want to be your love muffin.)
Turn-offs? Singing YouTube babies and car-rides. (‘Nuff said.)
Hidden talent? I can jump 3+ feet into the air to catch real AND imaginary bugs and toys. (Try me.)
The way to a human’s heart? Cuteness, persistence and when all else fails – throw yourself in front of them when they are walking and block the path (or sit on their head). (What can I say? I can be a bit…er…demanding.)
I don’t necessarily need another cat around for company but I’ve been with others my whole life and would do okay with one or two! I was rescued with my siblings and my mom from a parking lot when I was just hours old. Sometimes black cats don’t find homes right away and I’m still waiting for mine.
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