Hi! My name is Dicken, and I'm a very handsome 1 yr. old brown agouti tabby. Never heard of agouti? It means that my fur pattern is ticked, like an Abyssinian cat. Do a Google search on agouti - you'll see how really cool it looks!
When I was little my foster mom called me "Flopper," because I love to flop over on my side for you to pet me. I'm a bit of a clown; I love to do silly things in front of people so they will admire me and pet me!
I am generally a quiet kind of guy, although if I'm hungry I will start up quite a conversation, and when I see birds or squirrels outside, I can chatter with the best of them! I also love sinks - big sinks, little sinks, sinks that look like rocks - I love to jump in and just chill.
I have one habit that my mom wishes I would outgrow - I am a speed racer. (I think I was a cheetah in a previous life.) When I get startled, I race at top speed all around the house, and sometimes that gets me into trouble. (I still say that was a dumb place for a lamp...) But once I work out my energy, I'm back to my usual adorable self.
So if you are looking for a sweet, lovable, goofy kind of cat, I'm your guy! To meet me, apply at www.outpaws.org/adopt
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