Description: Domino is mostly white with distinctive, striped gray splotches. Almost like a tabby cow!
Personality: Of his four brothers, Domino is likely the shyest, but that by no means makes him a wallflower. This cat warms up quickly, and once his purr engine starts, it's hard to stop. His favorite things are dinner time, nap time, pick-me-up-and-play time, and pouncing on his brother's tail.
Animal History: Domino was taken in from a feral colony when he was just a tiny kitten. He has grown up with his three brothers, Caramello, CJ, and TJ, and would love to be adopted with at least one of them. He's also approaching the age where he can be happy and well-adjusted on his own or as part of your existing family.
He has been exposed to other cats and one very aloof dog, with no major disturbances. He would need to be introduced to other pets slowly, and it might take him some time to adjust, but he should do fine.
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