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Get to know the twelve Christmas cats of Orlando, and maybe bring one home 

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Grinch

AGE: 8 years old

GENDER: Male

PRISONER NUMBER: A393542

NICKNAME: Burger ... yeah, it was self-administered.

I WISH I HAD: A Sonicare toothbrush

HOBBIES: Power naps, getting in close for a serious snug, staring at nothing and screaming, waking up at 2 a.m. every night for a jog around the house, Bikram yoga

FAVORITE FOOD: Fancy Feast, plastic bags, power cords

SECRET DESIRE: Me, perfect and wonderful, sitting on your face while you, weak and pathetic, turn on the TV

EMBARRASSING MOMENT: I once got my head stuck in a Pringles can for three days, but it turned out OK because it was Screamin' Dill Pickle flavor.

CELEBRITY CRUSH: Martha Stewart

DARK CONFESSION: I think fruit on the bottom yogurt is better if you eat it straight up and don't mix it.

DREAM VACATION: You gone for two weeks

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Chestnut

AGE: 4 months old

GENDER: female

PRISON NUMBER: A393541

CURRENT HOME: Orange County Animal Services

WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF PERFECT HAPPINESS? Making biscuits and drooling on your T-shirt, with occasional affectionate claw puncture wounds

WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST FEAR? The OCAS staff is really lovely, but I wouldn't want to live here forever ... I am afraid I'll never get adopted.

WHAT DO YOU MOST DISLIKE ABOUT YOUR APPEARANCE? Well, I tried to bleach my mustache, but it didn't work out so well.

WHAT IS YOUR MOST MARKED CHARACTERISTIC? My jaunty half-white mustache (lemons outta lemonade, baby)

WHAT IS THE QUALITY YOU MOST LIKE IN A MAN? Ability to use a can opener

WHAT IS THE QUALITY YOU MOST LIKE IN A WOMAN? Willingness to share sushi

WHAT IS YOUR MOST TREASURED POSSESSION? My catnip-stuffed Trump doll

WHERE WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO LIVE? YOUR HOUSE

WHO ARE YOUR HEROES IN REAL LIFE? You, if you take me home.

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