My name is GORILLA MONSOON and I am a very handsome tuxedo kitten. I love to play with my foster sister, Hillary, and my favorite thing in the world is to wrestle all over the house with her, chasing her and rolling over and over with her, and then running away when she chases me back. I was actually named after a famous wrestler, but I also like to pretend I am Rocky Balboa and will stand on my hind legs and box at toys, or jump to the tallest platform of my cat tree. When my human insists on holding me, I can’t help but purr very loudly, and then jump down to play with my other cat friends; but when I am tired, I like to curl up next to her and the other kitties and watch my favorite TV shows. I can be shy when people walk into the room, but I warm up very quickly when toys are introduced. I have a good appetite and will ask out loud for more food when I am hungry. I have the tiniest little voice anyone ever heard, which sounds more like a baby dinosaur than a gorilla. I would love to find a forever home with my foster sibling, Hillary (whose profile is also on Kitten Rescue), or would prefer to go to a home with another young cat or kitten to play and snuggle with. I have been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, de-flea'd and wormed.
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