His second adopter had him for three months, and returned him saying he was going to kill his cats.
Dunn does seem to have a very high interest in felines, so it is suggested that he not go to a home with cats.
Dunn is a large, fun loving goofball who loves to play, but exhibits prey drive while doing so.
Dunn says he will be a great companion for anyone and needs his own family to care for.
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