Hello. I am Geo. I am 3 years old now but was found as a kitten. How I got my name is an interesting story. I was found by some people playing a game called “geocaching” a sort of hide-and-go seek game using GPS, played by humans. I washed up in the drain pipe in front of Starbucks and they saved me and brought me to Little Rascals. I hated going out to the store for adoptions and threw a big stink every time they tried to capture me. I got really good at this game and being a short haired black cat I got passed over as a highly adoptable kitten. People really need to get over that stereotype because I am gorgeous not scary! Most black cats are Siamese and I'm pretty sure I have some in my family history. I have a slim figure and am very fast, but most of the time I am lazy. I am very friendly and outgoing and can never get enough love and attention. I also love to sit on laps or be rocked like a baby and will massage you the whole time. I am a bit of a Princess and really need to be an only cat. So no dogs and no cats in my request for a family. I should be the only spoiled pet and get all of the attention. I do like older children because they get me and are not a threat. But please no tiny baby's, because, I am the baby! I am very social and a bit of a talker so I am looking for an intellectual for some good conversations. One of my favorite hobbies is “window watching”. I just love a lazy afternoon looking out the windows and cackling at the birds. I do need to be kept inside, I’m an indoor only cat and would never make it out there with those other animals. I have been looking for awhile for my forever family and a space to call my own. If you think you might be able to accommodate me and spend every waking moment keeping me happy please call Jen #623-210-6578.
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