MIMI – A1101277
Safe - 1-21-2017 Manhattan
***Deferred Intake*** Handsome Tuxedo Boy Mimi is super sweet and needs a new home @MACC
MIMI – A1101277
5Y Neutered Tuxedo DSH
Mimi is a 5 year old neutered DSH cat. His family found his mother when she was pregnant. She had kittens in their home and ran away. They bottle fed them and kept Mimi. They have a baby that is allergic to cats and have been keeping Mimi in the basement. They feel that he’s lonely and are seeking a new home for him.
Mimi is friendly/outgoing with adults and shy with new children. He lived with a baby from 0-1.5 years old. They cuddled together often and Mimi was very tolerant and gentle with him. Mimi would run to him when he cried and sit with him. Mimi lived with a small dog and was respectful of him. He hasn’t bit/scratched anyone.
Mimi doesn’t mind being woken up. He struggles when picked up and held for more than a few seconds, or put in a carrier. He tries to run away during baths.
FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW
Mimi’s family describes him as friendly, affectionate, playful, mellow, talkative, and medium energy. He follows them, head butts them, and licks them. He lived inside and slept on the couch. He ate dry and wet 9 Lives foods. He’s litter trained, used a covered litterbox with clay litter, and didn’t have accidents. He didn’t scratch furniture.
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