Argo is a nice older guy who has a hiss with no bite. He is pretty much independant. Has no issues sharing space with the other kittens and cats. Is more of a male figure to the pack. When people go to pet/love on him, he will hiss but gives in. Foster mom has had him on his back scratching his tummy with no problems.
Has no special diets needs.
Argo has been:
Tested for AIDS & Luekemia (negative)
Given an updated vaccine
Flea/worm with Advocate (aka Advantage Multi)
It is suggested as with all feline adoptions to keep a new companion indoors for a several weeks so they become familiar with the new surroundings. It is also good to make sure they have a 'special' area they can escape to when company comes. This will make both you and your companion have a much better relationship.
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