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Adopt Mo McLovin

Male Adult Domestic Short Hair


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Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition, Inc.

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About Mo McLovin

Come meet Mo McLovin, the super-cutest, cuddliest lover boy to walk into your arms! When you come home from work, Mo will rub against your legs until you sit down on the couch where he will put his paws around your neck and give your face head-bunts and kisses. He loves to be picked up or to sit on your lap. Or he will look up at you with his beautiful, green eyes in his big, round face, and chirp a greeting. Basically, he wants to be wherever you are and will seek to be close to you. He also likes to play, and is enjoying a variety of string toys. His fur is soft and tan-colored with faint tabby streaking, and dark, black streaks on his legs and tail. He has big, meaty black paws that he kneads in the air while you pet him. We believe Mo is about 2 years old. He was out on the streets and started coming regularly to a feral cat feeding station in Ditmas Park. He was terrified and would not let anyone come close. Everyone thought he was feral, but his rescuer had a hunch and trapped him and brought him home. He cowered in his cage for the day, until the Temptations treats were brought out, and boom! Mo McLovin was in the house! Purrs, and rubs, and head bunts all around! The two videos are from the first day he was brought in when he discovered he was in a safe place. Mo would probably be best as a single cat. Mo is shy of people he hasn't met yet, and he might hide or be scared on a first meeting with you. It takes him about a day to come out of his shell. If you're looking for a foster-to-adopt situation that would be a great way to test the waters. If you give him a chance you will be rewarded! Mo is neutered, up to date on vaccines, FIV/FeLV negative and healthy. 

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Name
Mo McLovin
Age
Adult
Gender
Male
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
NO
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Come meet Mo McLovin, the super-cutest, cuddliest lover boy to walk into your arms! When you come home from work, Mo will rub against yo... show more

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