Mousie knows how to breathe new life into a place! He sure did it when he moved into his new digs at Best Friends. Things had been a little, well, routine before he moved in. Even though he was a solid year old (born in 2010), he infused everyone with kitten energy. He knows how to get other cats involved in games. Whether goofing around with other feline friends or people, he's positively radiates good vibes. He'll go right up to anyone - old friend or new - and rub around them, soaking in your affection like rays of sunshine.Mousie's happiness is even more touching when you realize how much rejection he has known. As easy as it is for Mousie to grow attached to people, he's had a hard time finding a forever home because he has Manx Syndrome. So he's incontinent and needs to be expressed.
But if you can focus more on how loving he is toward everyone he meets, you'll see what a great addition he would be to your family. Is there someone out there who can see past the incontinence, and love him for who he really is?
Mousie has a generous sponsor who will pay his adoption costs.
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