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Posted: Thursday, January 30, 2014 4:45 am

Dino plays with anything you give him but bouncy balls and wand toys are among his favorites. Dino views bouncy balls as a great threat to civilization. He will not hesitate to run over, pick it up and carry it around in his mouth while simultaneously hissing and growling at it. Next, Dino takes on the dangers that wand toys pose to society. Dino is an amazing jumper who will give chase until he is victoriously carrying the wand toy in his mouth, simultaneously hissing and growling at it as well. In the blink of an eye, 1-year-old Dino goes from a hard core play session to a super snuggle fest. When the world is safe from bouncy balls and wand toys, Dino is a sweet, affectionate, snuggly guy who loves being petted and loves a warm lap. He returns your love with purrs of contentment and a kitty kiss or two. Dino always has something to say so don’t be surprised if he strikes up a conversation with you. He not only loves people, he also loves the company of other friendly kitties. Dino is so much fun, he will bring lots of laughter and love to the family lucky enough to take him home.

If interested in learning more about Dino, fill out an application for him today at www.azrescue.org.

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