Marshall previously had a broken paw that healed with a kink in it. It does not, in any way, impede his ability to “cat.” He can still climb things, maul toys, and annoy you until you give him attention.
Marshall is completely comfortable with other cats but he does not need a feline companion. He is pretty “meh” when it comes to other cats so he would also be a great companion for a cat who appreciates personal space. He’s more interested in getting into people’s personal space. FIV+
If you happen to be looking for a pair of cats Marshall is being fostered with Meeka. Although they are friendly with each other they are not a bonded pair and do not need to be adopted together. (Meeka - http://www.adoptapet.com/pet/16845523-frankfort-illinois-cat )
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