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Pet of the week

By Scott Delucchi, Peninsula Humane Society.

So, he isn't THE Morris, made famous by the classic 9Lives cat food commercials, but he could be the grandson of Morris. Think of him as Morris III, one of more than 100 cats available for adoption at the Peninsula Humane Society's Center for Compassion in Burlingame.

Our Morris is a 6-year-old handsome orange tabby with striking gold eyes and white whiskers. He can be a little shy at first, but when given a chance to warm up, he's like butter in your lap -- but cleaner.

You'll find he's friendly, playful, affectionate, and relaxed. He likes to be held and groomed, and has lots of energy.

To meet Morris, visit our center at 1450 Rollins Road or check us out online at [http;//www.PHS-SPCA.org PHS-SPCA.org.

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