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Male Baby Domestic Short Hair

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Ginger is a perky girl with medium, bouncy energy, the most social of her siblings and extremely gentle when you play with her. She’s very quick to give a purr pretty much anytime, even if you grab her playing and pick her up. It’s a big, strong purr for a little girl. She’s a social butterfly and will move to whatever part of the cat tree I’m at for extra pets and will come over for attention, walking straight up to be picked up, held or sit in my lap. Lately she’s begun to tap my ankle to be picked up in lieu of meowing and does both.She’s a bit of an explorer starting to climb and jump but the majority of the time he plays hard with his four brothers, not shying away from tackling any of them (A801555, A801557, A801578, A801579) wrestling, playing chase or chewing on any of their toys- string, mice, leather cord, etc., and jumps when you throw mice or string and trying to teach her to fetch. She sleeps and plays with them all so you could mix and match if you’d like a pair. She’s often aware and watches when I come into a room and can pick her up anytime, even if she’s playing, to carry around and she’ll just purr but may want down if she’s got things to do. She’s a little bouncy to sit still on a lap for long periods and will want to get down to play with her brothers until she’s worn some energy off. Once she’s played out, she’ll stay.She’s chirpy and talks for attention and sometimes I hear her talking in the house. She’s excellent in the litter box and is easy to clip her nails when she’s sleepy. With her siblings to chase, she mostly ignores my seven year old cat but still tries to get her to play or chase her tail. She can be a little shy around new people but warms up very quickly. I don’t have any experience on what she’d be like with kids but like new people should warm up quickly and the think she’ll be the same with a dog with introductions.For more information email or visit for more pictures.

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