-- LIVELY He is as active and athletic as any kitten I have ever seen. He runs, plays, does antics for hours. He is so funny. Even when I am worried about another kitten who is not doing well, he has me laughing out-loud several times a minute.
-- LOVING Then he is a sweetheart, cuddling under my chin, then off again playing.
-- GENTLE As all kittens are programmed to learn to attack for their later tasks in life, he loves to wrestle and play, but his bites are so soft and gentle, and he likes to do alternate bite-kiss-bite instead of just biting. I have never seen a kitten play this gently. Bottle babies, like him, who had no mother to smack them around when they get rough, are usually too rough in play. He is the opposite. My 16 year old toy poodle avoids all other kittens because they use her as a chew toy. She just lies still and lets this special baby bat her with his paw, bite, and kiss because he is so gentle.
-- ATTACHED TO PEOPLE Another different thing about Noomie is that he stays near me.
I do not have to go to look for him. He wants to be near me all the time (unless he knows that there is food nearby)
-- ALERT He is so alert -- always looking when there is a noise. Never dull. Watches TV when the picture changes.
-- FRIENDLY He loves people, whether someone he knows or a stranger.
-- OUTGOING AND BRAVE Namie is the opposite of a "scaredy cat". I get kittens used to noises by keeping them in a 4-foot enclosure on my front lawn. It always takes them a while to get used to the noises. But not Namie. Nothing bothers him.
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