I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
SUNNY is funny! He does things to make you laugh and is lively entertainment. Sunny came to his foster home with really watery eyes. He needed entropion eye surgery, which is the correction of his third eyelid being rolled. He had this surgery the end of December and is now well and ready for his forever home. He feels so good about being able to see without watery eyes that he’s a new “kitten.” He’s gained approximately four pounds and is now very stocky. With his light coloring and his nose being so white/pink, it would be great if he could be an indoor/outdoor pet. This would keep him safe from night predators and nose cancer. He gets along with cat-friendly dogs and other cats. He might hiss at first but adjusts to being best friends with the other pets, even when they don’t want to be. He will butt you with his head over and over and walk between you legs to get more attention. He is a loving, special kitty.
Even when Sunny couldn’t see much with his watery eyes, he made it known to the other pets in his foster home that he was not afraid to get some food (he was so skinny at that time that his head looked twice its size). It seemed like they took pity on him, knowing he was “OK” and there has never been a fight. He would affectionately headbutt them and eat their food. Wherever Sunny came from, he has survived, possibly over a year with very bad vision. The correction of his eyesight has made him brand new and ready for life and love. He has NO problems now and is a healthy, active boy, but he is laid back enough to be “furniture decor” too. When he plays, he plays big, but when you need him to lie next to you he does that too. He’s a great comfort.
He loves a little bite of canned cat food at night before bed. He loves his warm bed and safe sleeping area inside and dislikes loud noises. For now Sunny is eating Nutro Max Adult Cat Food and a bite of canned cat food at night at bed time. He also thrives on “eating” up love. Sunny loves being loved but is very capable of entertaining himself and you. He will give you more care and love than you need and therefore you will respond to just LOVING him for him.
Born approx. Spring 2011. Coat Pattern: White & Buff/Light Orange Tabby.
Contact: Foster Home – Carolyn or Robert at 209-736-4440