He can be a little startled by loud or sudden noises (as he settles this gets better). Hands can be a little scary to him and if he is approached too quickly he may shy away from you. When you are gentle and slow he will sniff and will accept slow pets. We are working on this with him and in time he will adjust, he has progressed so much that I have no doubt he will settle and trust more.
Blue loves to have a place to be his own. He loves to have a place that is higher up so he can watch the actions going on in the room. Blue has been introduced to one of our male cats. He can happily coexist with other cats with proper introductions. We have not introduced our dogs as one is bigger and I think it would be too much for him at this point, but a respectful dog may be ok with slow introductions.
Blue needs a home that will be very patient with him. He needs calm and lots of care with patience, and slow introduction to other animals, people and noises. If at all possible Blue would do best where he can have a lot of space to play, a good "catified" home or possibly have access to a cat safe outdoor area part of the day. He has a lot of energy and is very curious and in the right home he will surely blossom! If you would like to meet Blue, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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