MORRIS – A1100294
Safe - 1-11-2017 Manhattan
Meet Morris, Billy Boy, and Precious: Although we don’t have any pictures of these kitties, rest assured they are all very cute! Morris, Billy Boy and Precious are 13 years young and in need of a new home! Let this trio enjoy their golden years in the comfort of your home.
MORRIS – A1100294 13Y GRAY DSH N
Morris is a low-key type of cat and is usually shy at first when he meets new people. He has never spent time around children so it’s unknown how he would react but he does play gently with adults and loves to cuddle. Morris lives with his two siblings, Billy Boy and Precious, and they are relaxed and affectionate with one another. They play gently but mostly just enjoy cleaning and curling up with one another. None of the cats have ever spent time around dogs so it’s also unknown how they would react towards them.
Morris tends to sleep and is relaxed during car rides. He’s never been given a bath so it’s unknown how he would react but he isn’t bothered when getting his nails trimmed. Morris enjoys being brushed and doesn’t mind being held or placed into a carrier. He’s never been purposefully awoken from his slumber so it’s unknown how he would react to that sort of situation.
Morris’s owner describes him as friendly, affectionate, mellow, confident, talkative and independent. His activity level is medium but favors rest. His owner loves how he doesn’t get into much trouble and isn’t territorial. Morris loves playing with boxes and finding new places to curl up and sleep. When his owner is home, Morris tends to follow her around, especially when it’s time to eat. He’s been kept indoors only and usually sleeps by himself in the comfy spot of his choosing. He’s litterbox trained and only goes in his shared uncovered litterbox full of pellets and baking soda litter. Morris does not have a scratching post but his owner would see scratch marks on her mattress, she just never found out which one of her kitties was the culprit. Morris is fed 3/4 can 9 Lives puree wet and a handful of dry food, two times a day.
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