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Rindo, a truly cat-like cat.

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One autumn morning seven years ago, a cardboard box was left in front of ARK. Inside were five kittens about four months old. Rindo was one of them.

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Four of the five kittens found adopters, but Rindo has remained at ARK. They say he was the one who scared easiest, but seven years later, the grown-up Rindo is not at all a chicken. He’s calm, humble, and very cat-like.


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Rindo never approaches people when they visit. When his name is called, he acts like he hadn’t noticed anyone was there. He looks at them as if to say, “Oh, you were here? I didn’t know.” Yes, Rindo is well-mannered. He doesn’t forget, a few seconds after hearing his name called, to reply with a nice “Meow.”


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He wasn’t a cuddly cat when I started working at ARK five years ago, but recently he’s started to snuggle up to me, stepping in my way when I’m cleaning up, and wriggling his forepaws in acknowledgement that I’ve called his name.


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Rindo is a great, calm, modest, and cuddly cat. Why hasn’t he found adopter, but lived at ARK all this time? He may not be the kind of cat who gets used to a new environment quickly, yet I really hope that he soon meets an adopter who understands and takes him as he is.



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