Allow us to introduce you to Hogan. He is an extremely handsome adult male with a gorgeous thick plush coat, fur markings that has him somewhere between looking like he’s wearing a tuxedo and/or being part of the skunk family; who really has the personality of a kitten! This boy is as sweet and loving as they come, with a little bit of mischief mixed in. He loves the attention of people, is a very friendly and confidant kitty, and is happiest when he can be around his human friends. He will come when called and has shown his foster parents that he’s happy to follow them all over the house if it means he gets to be in their company. Hogan is also extremely playful, and inquisitive, and enjoys a wide plethora of toys. He is happy to play on his own, but also enjoys toys that require a bit of interaction between himself and his foster parents; and oftentimes becomes quite excited with these playtimes as it appears that he thinks some of the stuffed mice and flying birds might actually be alive and require his hunting skills to make them otherwise. In addition, Hogan is very affectionate, crawling into his foster parent’s laps on only the second day after having arrived in his foster home. He loves being the centre of attention and is happiest if he can keep you company while you are home. Lastly, Hogan does not appreciate having to share his space with others so we request that his forever home be one without other cats, dogs, and no children please. Hogan is a lovely fellow who can't wait to join your family.
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