To adopt from East Coast Maine Coon Rescue (ECMCR) please fill out our adoption application which can be found on our website: http://www.ecmcr.org/form_adoption_application.php
Coco is a Courtesy Post located in Neptune, NJ 07753. Coco would like to be adopted with his buddy, Cody. For more information on these two boys, contact Katherine at email@example.com.
Coco and Cody need to be re-homed due to health issues of their current owner. Here is what she had to say about Coco:
'Coco is a King in his Castle. I call him my Cat/Dog because he follows me around from room to room, sits and lays by my feet, begs for food like a dog. He is very smart, knows when he has done something wrong. At night when it’s bedtime we have this little ritual. I shut off the television and say to Coco, “Come on Coco time to go night night.” (they sleep in the basement in their little houses) and Coco will lay down on the floor all stretched out waiting for me to slide him across the floor to the top of the stairs, tail wagging, looking at me with those big yellow owl looking eyes as if he were saying “Come on mommy, slide me again please, please, please.) and we just crack up. It’s a sight for sore eyes for sure. He loves to be in the kitchen when I’m cooking, but I have to step over, step around him because he is always close by me and he will not move. He is my ride or die Cat/Dog. He has a wonderful personality. If he were a person, he would be sarcastically funny, arrogantly superior and extremely confident.'
Coco is special needs. He is Humulin-N 100 dependent. He takes 4 units every 12 hours on a daily basis. Eats MD-4 cat food.
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