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Age: approximately 4 years old
Temperament: playful, purr monster, curious
Gorbi is a very handsome, athletic boy whose favorite activities include climbing to high places, chasing his toy mice and ball, napping by the window, and being near his people.
He enjoys pats, tolerates being picked up and held, and purrs like crazy! If he really loves you he might give you a little "love bites." For this reason we think he might benefit from the guidance and companionship of a nice resident cat (or cats!) who can play with and educate him.
Gorbi is a sensitive fellow and sometimes gets frightened by new situations or scary monsters, but he adapts quickly due to his curiosity. His adopter may need to reassure him that everything's ok.
Gorbi is a recent addition to our cat crew, so we'll keep updating this ad as his foster family learns more about him and his likes & dislikes. If he's already stolen your heart, however, please apply to adopt him on our website or email us with any questions at email@example.com!
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