He was also somewhat of a bully for a while, swiping at cats and people alike, and patrolling every inch of his new territory. It has taken quite a while, but he can now be patted, and does not terrorize the other cats. He has become quite a mellow fellow, observing the world from his special perch.
Hunter is still not fond of other cats, and as a result he does not show well in a shelter environment full of cats. He would prefer to be the sole monarch of his home. He needs an experienced owner with a great deal of patience, who can tolerate some occasional unpredictability (no small children, please), and a few claw marks.
So often these grouchy cats display completely different personalities, and become laid-back couch potatoes, once they get out of the shelter and into a home. If you have room in your home and in your heart for this handsome fellow with a strong personality, then maybe Hunter is the cat for you. He would make a great “guy's cat”.
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