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MASH - ID#A101397

My name is Mash.

I am a neutered male, white and gray Domestic Shorthair.

The shelter staff think I am about 7 months old.

I have been at the shelter since Apr 02, 2022

I am currently in Foster Care. Please contact the shelter for more information.
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Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
Meet Mash, the little teddy bear. This little boy has three favorite past times; playing, sleeping, and eating. And he pretty much has mastered all three. His favorite game is wrestling, and his constant challenger is his brother, Bangers. These two will run around the house trying to one-up each other in tackling, or playing keep away with one of the many fruit toys laying around the house. And after a long play session, the next task at hand of course is sleeping. These two are pros at sleeping, and can be found sleeping in different configurations around the house. And with all the energy wasted, nothing makes them recharge faster than their love for food. These boys are very food motivated, so donít be surprised if they try to tell you with their subtle meows, that you are taking too long. They are also not afraid to get in the face of one of the resident senior cats to eat their food, after they have gobbled up their own. They will even come looking around for our human food, and have been known to steal a fry or two.

Mash is definitely the shyest of the two brothers and is really getting used to wanting to be around humans. Though he is a bit afraid of loud noises and fast movements, he has become a little more curious and has even inspected the vacuum cleaner. Mash has really become more outgoing and trusting over the past few weeks, with the help of his brother, Bangers. He is liking pets, and is getting better at accepting them, so much so, he lets us give him kisses and has been climbing up the bed and plopping nearby where we can reach out to him. And though he is not fond of being held, he tolerates snuggles. Mash loves other cats, and just loves to rub up against them. He literally starts purring the minute he sees one of our resident cats coming towards him. But he primarily initiates play with his brother as his first choice, and Mash can be seen with a toy fruit in his mouth chirping out to his brother wanting him to come play. Mash, like his brother, seem to gravitate towards a mama cat figure and can often be found trying to snuggle with our resident older cat, Tabitha.

Overall, Mash is very sweet and definitely very energetic and will need a companion to help him not just burn off the energy, but to also give him a sense of home with lots of love, so it would be great for him to be adopted with his brother, Bangers. If it is not possible to adopt both together, Mash will need to go to a home with a patient adopter who will help him continue blossoming, and who already has a friendly cat who LOVES other cats, enjoys cuddling, and just overall wants to have a best friend to play with. Mash is still a kitten, so charging and tackling and late night zoomies are his thing. His brother has currently been that for him, as our cats are on the older side, and really don't tolerate kitten antics. He would not do well as a solo cat, and has not had any interaction with children or dogs.

If you would like to learn more about our little Mash, please contact his foster mom, Mayra, at Please include some information about your household, experience. and other pets, as well as any questions you might have for us.

For more information about this animal, call:
Burbank Animal Shelter at (818) 238-3340

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