Skippy is a handsome and energetic young boy, who is rather independent and prefers not to be picked up or held, but he will tolerate it for a short periods of time. When Skippy is ready for human affection he will snuggle right up to his human, purr very loudly and go to sleep while you scratch behind his ears! Skippy loves other cats! He gets along quite well with all of the other cats in his foster home and has developed a strong bond with his new foster brother named Elvis! Skippy loves to groom himself and Elvis and they often cuddle in their cat bed or on a chair when it's time for a nap. These two are pretty much inseparable. Skippy loves to play with the laser light, chase and retrieve stuffed mice and explore everywhere he can in the house or just chase his new brother. Skippy and Elvis will make great additions to your home.
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