He’s going to be a really big boy. You just have to see his big ole meaty paws to get the idea. He would be perfect for anyone who wanted a cuddle buddy. He’s super-soft and loves being picked up and held. He’s lived with other cats before. His owners had to give them away when they moved to an apartment that didn’t allow pets. He’s easily startled and might not be much fun for little kids or in a chaotic household; when things get noisy, he likes to retreat to his safe zone under a piece of furniture.
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