Chunky, Sweet, Curious Goosebug is a lover of the great outdoors. He would enjoy an enclosed patio, a catio, or perhaps learning to walk with a harness and leash? You'll find Goosebug sitting in a chair by the window or playing with any random object that he finds. If you're in the shower, however, Goosebug will try to climb into the tub with you! He loves to get into the shower/tub, but only when one of his humans is in the bathroom too. Goosebug does not always enjoy being picked up. When he's not in the mood to be carried, he can scratch your arms. As long as he's not picked up when he doesn't want to be, Goosebug is very sweet and affectionate. At night, Goosebug likes to sleep in a dog bed that is placed next to your bed. He'll also use his bed as a quiet place/get away spot when he wants some alone time. Goosebug has not yet interacted with other cats, but he gets along well with kids and dogs. The ideal home for Goosebug would come with other pets and kids to play with, window perches, and a few hiding spots for when he wants some quiet time. If you've got the time and space to provide Goosebug with a loving home, contact us soon! All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team. For further information or to meet Goosebug, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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