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Peyton’s an all-around purrfect cat

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Posted: Thursday, July 17, 2014 8:30 am

Peyton, 1, is not only awesome because of his symmetrical face mask (orange muzzle with a white outline); but because of his incredible purrsonality — a purrfect mix between snuggly and silly. Peyton adores people and is only too happy to spend time with them. When he climbs into your lap, Peyton is most likely planning on being there for a long time. He loves chin and head rubs as well as belly rubs. Peyton likes being held and not only hopes for but has come to expect kisses while in this position. He is also quite conversational asking about your day and telling you about his.

Peyton also adores playtime and other friendly, fun-loving kitties. He will chase after anything you toss for him, but he especially enjoys pursuing balls of all types. He also likes playing with the laser pointer and running laps. Peyton’s favorite toy is wand toys of all types. He’ll chase after all of them with equal enthusiasm, chasing them until you can hear him panting. If you’re unavailable to play, Peyton is more than happy to chase after or be chased by his fellow kitty friends. This sweet, affectionate, playful guy will make someone an amazing companion and lifelong friend.

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