A Little Bit About Zorro
My name is Zorro. The man and the legend.
People describe me as independent. In other words, I will hate you until you feed me enough over several weeks and then I'll probably like you. Even then, I will only pretend to like you so I can get fed more delicious, meaty goodness. My nickname should be Zorro The Hutt (although I need to consume more food to properly live up to that name). That was a Star Wars reference for those people (unlike me) who don't watch as much TV as I do...
As the pretentious feline that I am, in my world, cats rule the roost. So if you have a dog at home, I'll kindly say "no thanks" to living with you.
I associate being up high (in terms of height, I don't take drugs despite word on the street) with being the important worldly character that I am. Although I am looking for a foster home, I do expect that the person who eventually adopts me to buy a tall cat tower so I can look down upon the mere mortals who will tend to my every need. I will call it Zorro's Kingdom. Entry fee will be a donation of tuna or cooked chicken for my consumption only.
To keep myself in good shape, I sun-bake in the sun. I hope my foster or adoptive home has sun spots for me to judge them from.
Don't get me wrong. Most people can't even pat me. But after a few weeks of persisting, I might let you. One time, a staff member caught me purring... Oh no! The Meow-To-English (MTE) Translator has been left on. Please DO NOT disclose that confidential information to ANYONE. This interview is over... *turns MTE Translator off*" - Zorro
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