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Boy George   

In shelter Cat

Walnut Creek, CA, 94596
Pet name:
Boy George
Domestic Medium Hair
Boy George or just George is the most adventurous of his siblings ( Madonna and Bowie) ...he is the first to do anything and the first to climb the kitten tree and/or explore the bay window, pay with all the new toys or sleep with his human. He loves to play with toys so much that he will carry his mousies or balls around the room to show off as he is so proud of his conquest. Once trust is established, he loved to be petted and sleep and cuddle in bed with you.

He and his siblings are food motivated so treats and meals will make you their hero. Bowie will love to watch TV with you...once of his photos looks like all he needs is a drink and he looks like one of the guys watching the game.

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