HANDSOME, FRIENDLY, REGAL GENTLEMAN OFFERS YOU SNUGGLES AND GOOD MANNERS
My name is Mr. T, I am a very handsome (lion-like, I say) gentleman of nine years young (born in 2005) who's coming to you with good manners, a love of play, and lots of snuggling in exchange for your affection. I am currently living in a wonderful foster home but we can easily arrange to meet each other. My dream is to find a forever home because I just love this feeling of being safe and loved.
I love to play. Mice? Yes! Feathers? Yes! Bugs? Yes! Catnip? Oh yes! I love bird-watching. I'll even tell the birds how much I love watching them by meowing at them when they fly by. I love to be brushed by my human - and I'm really in a state of bliss when my human rubs me and talks to me and tells me what I wonderful boy I am. I like to get up early for breakfast - hey, I like to eat, period! The rest of the day - that's for snuggling with my human(s).
I am OK with other cats and I am OK on my own - either way, I'm easy-going about it. I do not growl. I do not bite. I am proud of my good manners. I am a man's kind of man (or a lion's kind of lion?) - big, handsome and very regal.
I am diabetic, so let me explain what I need and how easy it is to care for me. I need a special diet, as a human with diabetes would. This is not difficult or complex. I receive insulin injections twice a day - but let me be clear about this: the needles are very small, I tolerate this *extremely well,* and this is something that you can easily learn to do. This will not be a major burden.
Are you looking for a well-behaved snuggler? Please come to meet me. To arrange a meeting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to it! Thank you very much.
Regally yours (with snuggles too),
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