Love owls but aren't ready for the commitment of owning a large, often aggressive bird? How about a small, sweet, fuzzy "owl" named Google? This handsome boy has the most unique face we've seen in a while- large wide set eyes and a v-shaped nose serve to give him the overall look of a furry gray owl. He is soft and snuggly and happy to curl up on your lap... so you get the bird-of-prey look without all the feathers and talons and angry pecking.
Despite his stunning looks, Google is a tough sell- he is nervous around new people and takes a while to warm up. Visitors don't get a chance to see the affectionate cuddler that his foster mom cares for every day. Google will need a patient, understanding family who will wait for him to come out of his shell and be the lovely companion he wants so badly to be.
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