Don't hate me because I'm GORGEOUS!!!!!. Kitty Kane (or KK for short) is the epitome of the Alpha Male. He struts, he's confident, he's a loner when it comes to other felines. He tolerates them, but much prefers his own company OR someone who understands "cat language". As we've recently discovered, KK doesn't appreciate the delicate touch. Give him a vigorous rub down instead. If that tail slightly swishes, scratch his head and ears - again, with authority!!! Then let him go on his way. He's done. KK can be picked up and carried to another location, but don't get all googoo-eyed, baby talkin', huggy and kissy. He's just NOT that type. He LOVES, loves, loves to chase things, so if you believe there are critters inside your house that shouldn't be there, they won't be staying long.
KK will leap onto a swishing feather toy, he'll chase down the elusive ping pong ball you've thrown across the room, and his favorite thing is a big plastic bag filled with clean (or cat scented) laundry. Man oh man, what a hambone. And if you use a kitty laser??? Fuggedaboutit!!!!! He'll be entertained for days. KK just gets better day by day. He's 3 years old and would probably do best in an adult only household. That's because of the occasional rough play. He'll settle into your home immediately!!!!! And, again, just look at him. Have you ever seen such a gorgeous guy???
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