Apollo will be very shy at first, but once he is comfortable, he loves attention. He loves people and other cats, and like Mitch, hasn't been exposed to any dogs. He's still young so he enjoys playing, especially with toys that he can bat. Apollo enjoys sleeping most of the day and is most active in the afternoon and evening. He loves to cuddle and if allowed in a bed will happily sleep there. If lonely, he'll meow and let you know that he wants some love (but isn't one of those non-stop meowers). I originally adopted him from St. Francis. The woman I adopted him from said he was found, abandoned, and without a mother at only a week or so in age. She bottle fed him until he was old enough to be adopted, and I fell in love with him at first sight. He was playful and cuddly from the start.
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