KITTY PEPPER – A1100299
Safe - 1-10-2017 Brooklyn
Kitty Pepper A1100299- 4 years old, Male, Domestic Short Hair, Brown Tabby, OS
BASIC INFO porch
Kitty Pepper is a 4 year old male DSH cat. His owner found him on her porch when he was a small kitten. She has to rehome him due to allergies.
Kitty Pepper is shy with new people including adults and children. He hides the first time someone visits and is friendly and affectionate by their second or third visit. Kitty Pepper has spent time with 3 and 7 year old children that visit occasionally. He is relaxed and tolerant with them, allowing them to pet him. He plays exuberantly with people. Kitty once escaped the house and was sitting near stray cats in the yard, relaxed. Kitty hasn’t bit anyone.
Kitty Pepper doesn’t mind being picked up or woken up. He tolerates a few minutes of brushing and then walks away. He’s nervous but tolerant when washed with a rag. He struggles when put in a carrier.
FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW
Kitty Pepper’s family describes him as friendly, affectionate, playful, talkative, and medium energy.
He follows his owner closely all the time and sits in her lap often. He plays with balls and noisy toys. He lived inside and slept in the boiler room on a cat bed. He eats dry and wet 9 Lives cat food. He used a hooded litterbox with clumping litter and didn’t have accidents. He scratches the couch in addition to a curved cardboard scratcher.
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