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The 12 cats of Christmas

No partridges, no pear trees, just a dozen Orlando kittens that need a new home

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Brioche

NAME: Brioche

GENDER: Femme

STAR SIGN: Capricorn

JOB BEFORE MODELING: Makin' biscuits

DREAM JOB: Makin' biscuits on Alex Guarnaschelli from Chopped

GUILTY PLEASURE: Warming my buns on your stove

SECRET WISH: To one day convince a gangly man to hide me in his chef's hat, allowing me to control his movements and turn him into a culinary master.

HIDDEN TALENT: Getting into your pantry cabinet without thumbs

THINGS THAT MAKE ME HISS: Basic kibble. I have a refined palate that needs a refined budget, you know what I mean?

FAVORITE BOOK: Like Water for Chocolate – quail in rose petal sauce is the kind of action I need right now

FAVORITE HANGOUT: The top of your fridge, where I can scream at you for not putting in enough salt.

FAVORITE THING TO DO WHEN MY HUMANS ARE AWAY: Find the smallest place to hide myself in, which happens to be your breadbox.

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