Meet our kitten - Ivy and adult - talkative Wheeler Sat, noon-2 p.m., at PetSmart/Ventura.
I am enjoying life at the Greyfoot Sanctuary. Shown by appointment only -- Call 805-649-2844 or send email to email@example.com
I am Tyg, a green-eyed, 6-year-old DSH white/black cat who will keep you laughing. I look so good in hats -- check out my Halloween hat. I am ready for the Harvest festivities! I am a sweet, affectionate, laid-back gentle giant with a short black tail. I am not a lap cat, but I do like to be near you. I will ask you to pet me and will fall over so you can rub my tummy. I love tummy rubs so much they curl my back paws -- I am a happy boy. I am a character who talks and rolls over when I want your attention -- I am quite talkative at times. I like to tap my foster dad on the top of his head in the middle of the night that gets his attention. Once the sun is up, I prefer to sleep under a bed or couch. When you come home at night, I will greet you, tell you about my day, and let you know I am ready to eat. I play briefly with feather and laser toys -- I am playing with a laser toy in my video.
I was abandoned twice by local families before coming to Greyfoot.
I want a home where I can relax and spend time with my family. I generally make a good first impression -- I am a big, lovable fella. Some people shy away from me because I must be the only cat in the home, and I must eat a vet prescribed food. What can I say 'I chase other cats'. I am a healthy cat as long as I eat my vet prescribed food.
I am looking for a quiet, relaxed forever home where there are no dogs and no other cats. I prefer a home where there are no kids as they are too active and make too much noise for me.
My wish for the holidays is a loving home of my own -- Adopt me -- Love me just the way I am!
For more info call 805-649-2844 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
neutered, felv&fiv test negative, microchip, vaccinated
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