Greenville is just a year old, and came to us all the way from North Carolina. The little green eyed boy hasn't met a lap that he doesn't love. He will jump into your lap and curl up if you're sitting on the couch (or at the computer trying to work); or he will jump into your friends laps if they hold still for ... about as long as it takes to sit down. Greenville is, without a doubt, a lap cat. He also has lots of energy and loves to play. He does not discriminate when it comes to toys - he will play with all of them equally happily. His little pink nose will also be offered in greeting to all cats he meets - he loves to play with other cats, and it's actually a requirement that he have a home with another cat who will want to play. If he doesn't have a playmate and regular human interaction, he's been known to amputate stuffed toys - he'll determinedly chew on one until he gets the legs opened up and the stuffing exposed. Greenville is equally determined to explore every inch of his environment - this includes the tops of kitchen cabinets and the backs of closets.
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