Pushko is a big, fluffy boy. He's also very handsome, but he doesn't let vanity get the better of him. Unless of course you want to make him the center of attention. He has no objections to that. In fact, the more attention the better. Pushko is a born diplomat - patient with children and dogs alike, even when they're being very (by cat standards) annoying. He believes that all conflicts can be solved with infinite amounts of patience and, on rare occasions, a soft little tap with his paw (and it should be noted that his claws never come out. Not even when dealing with the absolutely most annoying dogs). Pushko knows how to distinguish between a scratching post and the couch, and wisely chooses the scratching post every time. And with Pushko around, you need never fear that you will have cold feet at night, because keeping your feet warm by lying on top of them is his favorite night time activity.
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