LOVEBUG ALERT! GORGEOUS ORANGE BOY IS A SWEETHEART
Hello friends! My name is Wildfire. I was found wandering alone outside. Thank goodness a kind person found me, recognized my wonderful qualities and introduced me to King Street Cats so that I can find the forever home I'm going to brighten with my happy presence.
My new friends here at KSC are saying the nicest things about me! It's obvious that I was meant to be an indoor kitty loved and cherished by a forever family. I am as sweet as can be with a friendly, happy, and affectionate purrsonality. I get along very well with all of my new feline friends here in the KSC cat room. I get along with all my new human friends too - I greet each one of them with my big bright golden eyes and a happy purr. I'm the definition of a sweetheart!
I'm a young boy of three (3) years old. This is a purrfect adoption age - my personality has established itself as the wonderful thing that my friends can't say enough about. I'm still a kid but I know better than to behave like a wild and rambunctious little tyke who's still learning the ropes. I'm past that!
My friends describe me as gorgeous. How flattering! I have honey-colored fur that is short and silky soft. My bright golden eyes complete this warm and inviting color scheme. I've got a little salmon-pink nose to nudge you with and let you know that you're mine, I approve of you and I want to keep you!
I'm social and curious and I love watching my people as well as my cat friends. I'm quick to join in when there's a good time to be had. I'd love to find a home where my presence is always welcome and my friendly and affectionate nature allows me constant access to my humans. I'll soak up the attention you give me and radiate my happiness back to you with satisfied purrs.
My KSC friends say that I'll find my forever home in no time because I am simply a wonderful boy. Please come to meet me and I'll prove it to you! Please send an email to email@example.com and ask for me, Wildfire. I can't wait to go home!
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