Eleven years ago, I came into the Pet Paw-see as a tiny kitten with no mama when I was found in an old wringer washer in Black Eagle. I was bottle fed until I became big enough to be adopted. When I was six, I was returned to the Pet Paw-see when a human baby showed up. So, my original rescue mama adopted me in 2017. Sadly, after my rescue mama died, my rescue daddy became terminally ill. So, in June 2020 I was adopted again.
Now, it’s one year later and my newest mom had to give me up to move to another town and take care of her elderly parent. So here I am again, looking for someone who can commit to taking care of me.
I am extremely loving and affectionate. I like to sit on your lap and put my paws around your neck. I would be giving you love every minute of the day. I also like to play and climb around on my cat trees. I do not do well with other cats, but possibly younger cats/ kittens. I will be ok with dogs if I am slowly introduced and the dog is not aggressive. (My 2020 foster mom’s dog was nice, so we got along. See us in the pictures!) So if you are looking for a sweet cuddle bug, I am your guy!
Why the Pet Paw-see never gives up
We carefully vet our potential adoptive families with the goal of finding our cats their purr-fect fur-ever homes, because it is very hard on a cat to go from being “home” to coming back to the rescue. We strive to support our adoptive families, offering advice when behavioral issues crop up, and, ultimately, taking the cat back if the adopters no longer want them or if their circumstances change and they can no longer care for the cat. We love these cats as if they were our own, so we vow to always take our cats back because the last thing we want is for them to end up abandoned again.
I am currently residing in a foster home if you’d like to arrange to meet me.