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Tigger is a 4 year old grey/tabby domestic short hair. He is neutered and also in good health. He is a little smaller than suc companion Jack but is considered a bigger cat. He was the other kitty found with Mini Mouse in the trunk of a car 4 years ago. We do not think they are the same litter, but were both kittens. Tiggers personality grows every day. He began as a very shy, hide away cat. Today he is at our feet wherever we may go and he is a cuddler. He does not have a particular bond with our daughter, but they may simply be because she doesn’t pay too much attention to one individual cat in this house. He is not mean or aggressive, but he will run and hide until he in comfortable enough with his surroundings to come out and be affectionate. If you have company over, he will most likely keep to himself and be out of sight until they are gone. Again, this all may change once he is in a home as one of the only pets and he is not in fear of the other animals. I get lots of compliments on how pretty he is, and he is a pretty cat (a bit camera shy) but will be a great addition to someone’s home.
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