Companion, Hugger, Low-Key
Fluffy is a double-super-sweet kitty who wants to love you and please you! He is patient and easy-going, and loves to sit next to you while you read or work on the computer. He prefers being held and cuddled over sitting in your lap.
Fluffy's back legs don't always work the way they are supposed to, so he needs help expressing his urine; APA! can provide guidance and training in how to do this. He likes to be hugged and cuddled during the expression process, so it's definitely not something he dreads or avoids! His back leg issues cause him to fall sometimes; he gives it a moment and tries again. Probably because of that he doesn't jump up on furniture, but sometimes he does his business outside the litter box because he can't get into the box; putting a pad outside the box helps minimize cleanup.
Fluffy will talk to you when he wants some food or love, and will give you soft kitty kisses when you rub his face! He's not an active cat, but he plays with string toys and catnip toys - he likes to sleep on catnip toys, too. We haven't seen him scratch inappropriately.
Fluffy would be best in a quiet home with people who will help him with his special needs and treat him like the loving kitty that he is. If you're looking for a companion with a sweet disposition who might not be perfect in every way, but is a perfect companion for you, contact us to meet amazing Fluffy today. Warning: You may fall instantly in love!
All APA! foster kittens/cats are litter box trained, tested for FeLV/FIV, spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for worms/fleas, microchipped and come with a 30-day health insurance plan.
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