Cappy is an affectionate, smart, energetic cat who is playful and fun. Absolutely devoted to playtime, Cappy will happily bat around spiral toys as if playing ice hockey. Up and down the hallway he’ll slide, using his left leg and then his right to score a goal. He’ll jump. He’ll fall. He’ll fearlessly throw his body against a wall. Then shake it off and get back into the game. In fact, Cappy would rather play than eat which keeps him on the slim side. He is a curious kitty who explores on his own, as if hunting or in search of his next adventure. When Cappy misplaces his pucks (I mean toys), we hunt for them together. I move the big furniture and Cappy runs behind each one to check. It’s almost a game in itself. Cappy’s wide-eyed expression is sure to make you smile. Scoop him up and kiss his belly. He’ll purr and snuggle and then be off again. Arrange to meet Cappy soon. He’s everything you are looking for.
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