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Fierce Brosnan   

In shelter Cat

Brooklyn, NY, 11202
Pet name:
Fierce Brosnan
Domestic Short Hair
Dont be fooled by Fierce Brosnans name - he couldnt be more gentle! This cute gray and white buddy loves pets and treats and will climb into your lap and make biscuits to show just how happy he is to be your friend. He was crying out to be rescued in Sunset Park, so we suspect he was an abandoned house cat. Hes so happy to be back inside where he loves to scratch on his tall scratching post, peer out the window and observe neighborhood goings-on, chase a laser, ball or string toy, and take long naps cuddled up next to his foster brother.

Fierce is a total lap cat and hes not shy about demanding cuddles when he wants them. He will reward you with lots of purring and slow love blinks. He is young and playful and would be happiest in a multi-cat home. He gets along swimmingly with his fosters resident cat - they even groom each other - and had fun playing with a young foster kitten and showing her the ropes. Were not sure about dogs or kids yet as there are none in his fosters home. However, he is very tolerant of handling (you can easily pick him up and hold him and he loves belly rubs!) so he might do well with children who want to shower him with affection.
Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition


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