Ace is graceful and quiet until you rub his ears then he does big deeeep purrs VERY loudly. I think he may be a baritone. He paced around a bit when we first met then quickly settled down for a tickle and held my fingers with his front paws. So considering he's had a tough time, having been a stray as you'll see in his story here http://northlondon.cats.org.uk/northlondon/adopt-a-cat/?cid=46758, he's comfortable with accepting affection. That may be because of the kindness he found with the person that was looking out for him for a while. Ace is very elegant with extremely glossy fur that contrasts beautifully with his lovely peridot-green eyes. You can meet him at North London Cats Protection any day but Tuesday or Thursday. The adoption centre is open Saturdays 11am-5pm, Sundays 11-4pm. You can just drop in at 135 Junction Rd London N19 (a five minute walk from either Archway tube or Upper Holloway overground stations) or get in touch first on 0207 272 6048 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find out more about adopting here : http://www.northlondon.cats.org.uk where you'll find the rest of the week's opening hours.