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In shelter Cat

Palatine, IL, 60078
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
If you love playful cats, Legolas has got you! Legolas is a young boy who had a severe leg injury...luckily he was able to receive medical attention for his injuries, and hes all healed up now, and ready to find his forever family. Legolas has energy and spirit to spare...he is absolutely curious about every single thing, and he loves to explore and investigate and get to the bottom of things. That means being first to check out anything that comes into the house, and constantly practicing for the field & track events at the next Olympics. Hes fast, hes graceful, and hes always ready to play...whether its officially play time or its sneak-attacking shoes as they walk by. Although Legolas is always on the hunt for fun, some times he can play a bit aggressively, and he may get carried away with his playful nips and he would be best in a home with experienced cat people, who recognize that hes young and still learning his manners, and will be patient and understanding with him, and help him through the occassional teachable moments. Despite his occasional lapse in decorum, though, he is very friendly and social, and he loves to love--both people and other cats. He loves cuddle puddles, and he will often groom his housemates and humans. He would thrive a forever home with patient parents and one or two other cat companions who are as active and adverturous as he is.

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