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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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Indigo

NAME: Indigo

CURRENT JOB: Unemployed

JOBS BEFORE THIS: Amateur phone cord eater

AMBITIONS: To eat them cords, friend

WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF PERFECT HAPPINESS? Biting into a fresh, unbitten cord, which is a happy blend of crunchy and soft

WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST FEAR? Cordless headphones

WHAT IS THE TRAIT YOU MOST DEPLORE IN OTHERS? People who tell me that eating cords is bad. To which I say, "You are all slaves to outdated norms, and I'm a gifted young cat who can eat whatever I want."

PEOPLE I MOST ADMIRE: Radio Shack employees

FAVORITE THING TO DO WHEN MY HUMANS ARE AWAY: Same thing I do when they're here: cordin'

DREAM OCCUPATION: Director of cord tasting at any publicly traded national cord manufacturer

FAVORITE QUOTE: "I live my life one cord at a time."

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