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Animal Details
7Mths 3Wks old Domestic Short Hair Mix
Weight: 9.2 lbs
Sex: Neutered Male
Location: Animal Community Center - Milpitas
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About me
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Timmy is a playful, energetic kitten who loves nothing more than to chase string, balls, feathers, and anything that moves. With beautiful green eyes, and a soft tuxedo coat, Timmy is quite the gentleman! He loves to be around people, and will enjoy some nice lap time after his exercise.

Once he has bonded with you, Timmy is like your shadow: he likes to be near you at all times. He'll follow you around like a puppy dog, and greet you each time you walk through the door.

Timmy is the strong silent type, but he does have a very loud purr. With big ears, and paws, his foster parents think that Timmy will be a big cat when he is done growing.
Timmy is fine being picked up and held. He is an energetic guy, so he prefers to be on the ground, chasing something.

Timmy will play with ANYTHING. He loves wand toys, string, feathers, balls, shoelaces, etc. When playing with a wand toy, he will catch it, and growl at other cats/kittens nearby. But don't let his growl fool you, he is not at all toy-aggressive.

Timmy also loves to play with other cats and kittens. Timmy is clearly the "alpha" when it comes to play, and can play a little rough from time to time. So he would best be paired with a cat/kitten that enjoys play as much as he does.

Timmy can be a little hesitant around new people, but it only takes a couple minutes for him to warm up. The way to Timmy's heart is through play. Shake a wand toy near him, and he'll be your new best friend!

Timmy gets along great with other cats/kittens with a proper introduction. Timmy does appear to be the "alpha" of his litter, so would probably do best with another cat/kitten that is not also an "alpha". But even though Timmy likes to be in-charge, he is friendly and playful.