Dom is a people watcher. He is wants to be a profiler for the FBI when he grows up. He can usually be found watching somebody, even his litter mates and foster siblings. He seems to quietly study his subjects, carefully pinpointing different traits. If his subject is a human, he finds any movement you make in his general direction to be an encroachment on his personal space and he will immediately vacate the area. Feline subjects that approach him are quietly regarded until they are within acceptable range for pouncing and engaging in ninja type maneuvers. If playing is ensued, Dom sheds his profiling persona and acts like the little playful kitten he is! He loves playing in the tub (without water please), racing up and down the cat tree, stalking his buddies and playing in empty boxes.
Dom is not into a lively social scene and prefers a more quiet, laid back lifestyle. Loud children will cause him to become invisible (he'll never come out of hiding!) If you are looking for a cuddle bug that is attentive, loving and excited to see you, keep looking - Dom is NOT your kitty. He will do absolutely nothing for your self-esteem. Dom thinks all that lovey-dovey crap is for dogs. He doesn't mind dogs at all - he thinks they are oafs and entirely too people pleasing! He would like a home with a family that will understand the role they will play in his life - the role of a servant. Occasionally, you will be (grudgingly) allowed to scratch him once or twice. He is wide open at three scratches. As snobbish as he is, Dom has a weakness for the elusive red dot - always use this to your advantage.
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