Are you a cat whisperer? Do you have the patience for a kitty that's lost his only ever known home? Then come meet Bobby!
Bobby had one human caring for him all of his short life of one year. He was always playful, friendly and loving with his person as she had found him as a stray kitten and raised him. The wonderful lady took him in and got him veterinary care and vaccines and he was living the high life!
Then, the sweet lady became terminally ill with that 'C-word' disease. She could no longer care for him or his playmate and she had to go into the hospital. They were surrendered to rescue and put in a store habitat for adoption. Both were extremely scared. They had never been outside. Always been gently loved on. Never been caged and certainly never had people sticking their fingers at them. Poor Bobby was very afraid.
Soon, someone extremely caring and loving adopted his playmate so Bobby found himself alone in a cage where people walked by and made funny noises, poked at him through the door and wondered why he would back off and hiss. He had to be removed from the store habitat. Therefore, Companion Connection took him in.
Each day Bobby responded to me a little more and after a week or so, I was able to hold him and love on him. So, I let him out with the regular cat population. He gets along so well with the other cats! He has no fear of other cats! He will walk in to another cat room without hesitation just to see what that room is all about. He explores everywhere, is polite to all and he comes to me as soon as I walk in the sanctuary wanting attention and love.
Bobby may initially shy away again with a new person, but he will respond quickly to an individual that will take the time to get to know him. It only took a few visits from my husband for Bobby to get comfortable with him
Please, if you want a young cat that really needs and desires to be loved and cherished, please come meet Bobby. Get to know one another. He is waiting for you to give him the best furever home possible!
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