Age: Young and sprightly at about 9 years old!
Status: Senior sweetie looking for a chance at everlasting love in your arms; I've been waiting for my new furever home for so long, and I'm hoping you'll take a chance on me.
About Me: I may be considered a senior kitty, but I'm definitely young at heart. I'm incredibly playful and I'll talk to you with my mews; I'll be your sassy best friend, ready to take on an evening of TV binge watching and constant cuddling.
Likes: I love to explore and cuddle. I'd love to look around your home with you, checking out all your little nooks and crannies. Oh, I also like those ball and string toys--maybe even a feather if you've got that for me!
Cutest Quirk: I've got a spot on my chin where I especially love to be tickled; find that spot and we'll be the best of friends!
Lone Warrior or Team Player: I haven't met any dogs yet, but I did meet my foster mom's cat and wasn't too interested. I think with time and given the proper introduction, I'd be okay living with another cat as long as you've got time to play and pet me too!
If you're interested in giving me the best gift I could ever hope for, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to fill out an application. You never know, you could be reading your new best friend's profile right now, all you need to do is open your heart to me 🙂
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