We believe Phil is ~3 years old, and he is a BIG boy. When he first arrived, he was not very happy about it. But after a few days he settled into the routine here and he realized he was okay. He likes to boss the other cats around, and will stand up to most dogs too. We have witnessed him playing and laying around with other cats (like in the photo with a much smaller female cat on the porch). So...he likes to put on a show that he is a tough guy...but in reality is a big baby and can be very sweet. He may be happiest as the only pet, but would tolerate living with a submissive/laid back cat.
Phil is a fan of food, treats, toys and also likes to lay on the dryer and help with rearranging towels and blankets.
Phil has been neutered, is up to date on his vaccinations and will also be microchipped prior to adoption. If you would like to find out more about him, please contact us or stop by and ask to be introduced to Phil.
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