Morlan picked up the nickname 'Trouble' within 30 seconds of arriving at his foster home - he's high energy, and he has 'that look'! He's a born leader but likes having lots of company to lead. He is a climber and a real Houdini that can escape from anything. He enjoys playing with dangling toys. He also enjoys being held like a baby and being petted, though he does not enjoy the kisses so much! If there is excitement going on, you can bet he will be in the middle of it. He has a great time playing with his brother Merdyth, they can spend 20 minutes just wrestling He also enjoys his naps! He would be great in a house with kids and other cats or kittens, as he has the energy to play with both. Morlan is a brown tiger and white Domestic Shorthair. He was born 6 May 2016.
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