Mr. Kitty came to Tails High by way of southern VA after his person fell ill with leukemia and was no longer able to care for him. As evident in the pictures this is a long haired orange tabby - fortunately he likes to be brushed, and his fur is silky and soft to the touch. This helps encourage frequent pets and rubs, of which Mr. Kitty is very fond. Especially if he's curled up in your lap at the time, or snuggled up in your arms, or curled up next to you on the couch or bed. He also loves snacks, and has a strict routine of receiving a good night snack every night. He will happily and helpfully remind you of this should you forget. Mr. Kitty loves to play with wand toys, and his whiskers will twitch in excitement as he chases them about. The orange floof can keep himself entertained if he has to by lounging on windowsills to watch the world outside; and he doesn't mind sharing his space with other cats. If you are looking for a cat who will greet you when you come home and who will make you the center of his universe, then Mr. Kitty is the cat for you.
*Mr. Kitty came to us declawed.
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