Othello might be named after one of Shakespeare’s most tragic characters, but comedy is really more his style. This orange tabby and white boy will delight you with his silly antics, such as attempting to untie your shoelaces, sliding across the floor to chase a ball, or dramatically flopping over on his back to beg you for a belly rub, for which he will thank you by purring loudly. Othello enjoys the company of his feline siblings, and has the most outgoing personality of his littermates. He has lived at the shelter since he was a newborn kitten, and would really love to take center stage in a home of his very own.
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