We were on the "needs rescue list" at the shelter. The shelter was filling up and we were in danger of being put to sleep, so the Fat Cat people took us home.
I'm the friendliest of the clan. I run right up to people and want to be held. And I love to snuggle with my foster family while they're watching TV. If any of my siblings are getting petted, I tend to get a little jealous, and demand to be part of the action. I will stand on my hind legs and gently pat my foster mom’s face as a greeting.
My favorite toy is a mouse that rattles, which I will intentionally hide under the sheet and then immediately find again as if I didn’t know it was there. My foster mom especially likes how I dip my paw in the water bowl and lick the water off. I enjoy tackling and wrestling with my brother, Brewster, because we are both the same size and it is a fair fight, but when I want to go to sleep I seek out my little sister Blossom to cuddle with. My other brother Blarney and I are both very affectionate to people. It would be wonderful if I could find a permanent home with one or more of my siblings.
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