Don't let that little angry face fool you! Beau is a total suck and loves to be around people. He will gladly sit on your bed and purr away while getting chin scratches and head rubs. Beau loves to knead with his luscious 5-toed paws - he's a polydactyl - and will doze off with his arms stretched out in front of him in a Superman pose. He has a young and energetic personality and loves to play with toys, fetch his octo-mouse, and race around. It is hard to capture just how ridiculously cute this guy is in pictures - but his Cindy Crawford beauty mark should give you an idea.
Beau came from an over crowded shelter in Quebec and was one of 50 cats saved from death row in mid October. Beau would probably do best in a home as the only cat, so he won't have to share the attention. (He doesn't seem to be a huge fan of the other kitten in his foster home at the moment, but this could change with more time). Beau would make an excellent cat for a family with kids who are a bit older and know how to respect his space.
Beau will chase his own tail and attack it as if it is a foreign intruder! He loves feet and socks - he will lick your toes any chance he gets and will give little love bites on the feet (though he's being trained not to do this). He will gladly steal a pair of socks and bat them down the hall!
Although he has his own water dish that he likes to move around with his paw, Beau prefers to drink from the toilet (which is being discouraged) and the bathtub (which he's allowed). He's quite the character and such a sweet guy!
Beau has been through a lot and now can't wait to settle down in his forever home. You won't believe the joy he'll bring into your life! Come meet Beau today and prepare to fall in love!
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