The owner of a cat in Laurel, Prince George's County is asking for your vote to help him win a national high-five competition for felines.
Oliver is a two-year-old cat who was found on the streets when he was about 5-months-old.
He got his nickname "the Honey Badger" because his owner says he's smart, bold and mischievous.
Oliver loves doing tricks, like high-fives, and he is now a contestant in the Cat Pawsitive National High-Five Day Challenge.
Click here to vote for him.
His owner hopes to raise awareness for Pet Connect Rescue if Oliver wins, to raise awareness about the shelter where Oliver came from.