BABY CAT – A1100913
Safe - 1-8-2017 Manhattan
SAFE 1/8/17 Baby Cat has lived with cats, dogs, and humans, and comes with glowing recommendations from all!
BABY CAT – A1100913 1Y BLACK DSH N
Baby Cat is a 1 year old neutered domestic short hair. Owner is surrendering her pet because she will be having a baby soon and feels its best that she no longer houses a cat. Owner found this cat as a stray 1 year ago. Owner stated Baby cat has no medical issues and last saw a vet 2 months ago for his neutering.
Baby Cat is friendly around strangers. He has not lived or spent time with kids. He lived with a female and a male 1 year cat. They were affectionate and playful with each other. They played in an exuberant manner with each other. He lived with a medium size dog and was affectionate and playful with this dog. He has never bitten or scratched a person or animal.
Owner stated he has no behavior issues and is relaxed during car rides. He will try to get away during bath time. He is not bothered by having his nails trimmed, having his coat brushed, being placed in a carrier, or being disturbed while sleeping. He does not like being held or picked up for too long. He does not like belly rubs or being pet for too long, he will attempt to scratch.
For a New Family to Know
Baby Cat is described as friendly, affectionate, and confident with a medium activity level. He will follow his owner around when home. He likes to play with string toys and laser pointers. He was kept indoors only and slept on the couch. He was fed Purina dry cat food. Owner filled up a small bowl once a day. He uses a hooded and uncovered cat litter box with clumping style litter in it. He uses a scratching post made out of straw. He will also scratch on furniture made out of leather.
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