PISIKU – A1109912
Safe - 5-3-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 5/3/17—-B12 year old FRONT DECLAWED PISIKU needs you! @ BACC
*FRONT DECLAWED* – DEFERRED INTAKE
Pisiku A1109912 – 12 years old, Neutered, Domestic Short Hair, Orange and White, OS
Basic Information: Pisiku is a 12 years old neutered domestic shorthair orange cat. His front paws were declawed. He was given to his owner as a gift. Owner had Pisiku since he was 12 years old. He does not have any known injuries or health problems.
Socialization: He was shy for a few days towards strangers. He lived with 2 children that he was respectful towards of the ages of 2 and 6. He played gently with adults and children. He has not bite history.
Behavior: Pisiku has no behavior issues. He meows during car rides. The owner allowed Pisiku to clean himself therefore bathing was never down. He enjoyed getting his hair brushed and being picked up. He was not bothered being disturbed while sleeping or being picked up.
For a New Family to Know: Pisiku was described as a friendly, playful and quiet cat. His activity level was low. His favorite activity was sleeping but he would jump from furniture to furniture at times. He follows the owner around the house. His favorite toys were balls and stuffed toys. He was kept mostly indoors. He slept anywhere he wanted including the owner’s bed and living room. He ate dry Friskies and his bowl was filled once every morning. He was very house trained and had an uncovered litter box filled with crystal litter.
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