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In shelter Cat

New Orleans, LA, 70123
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Senior cats get a bad rap but I really dont understand why. All we want to do is chill, nap, get the occasional or more frequent pet. Oh and some food, dont forget the food part! Some would say I am sassy but I would just say I know what I like and I know what I dont like. I dont like when things are loud and chaotic. I will hiss at things that make too much noise. I like when people pet me and give me treats. I enjoy when people understand my age does not hinder my personality but rather it adds a certain depth and wisdom to my preferences. I also really enjoy curling up for a good afternoon snooze. I especially like if my favorite human is around so I can curl up in their lap. If you ask me, senior cats are far superior since we are all mellowed out and really just want to cuddle with our humans all day and make them smile.


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