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Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Mick is a social cat who is looking to live out his senior years with an amazing family! Mick likes to be in the same room as you, or near you. He is not a lap cat, so while he enjoys pets on the head or back, he doesn't want to cuddle or sit on your lap. Mick may be 14, but that doesn’t stop him from being super playful! He loves to chase mouse toys and feather wands. Mick is the king of the couch. He spends most of the day sleeping in various positions and locations, and will give the side eye if you disturb him by making too much noise (though he seems to be able to ignore it easily). He is also content to share his favorite spot and to sit beside you and receive pets! If he needs more attention he will meow the most adorable little chirps! He's (when he chooses to be) very curious about the goings-ons in the house, and wants to be a part of it! Mick would likely adapt to any household that gives him sufficient space to do his own thing. He doesn't need people around, but will accept whatever attention. He does wake up in the morning and begin to meow/chirp to wake you up affection, so if you are a late sleeper, you might prefer to separate him at night. He would do well with older, respectful kids or in an adults only family too. He can’t wait to meet his new family!Apply at online application ( all of our adoptable cats here ( adoption fees are listed here (


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