PJ was born in my home Feb. 4, 2012 and he’s been in my household ever since. Unfortunately, our family is experiencing a terminal illness and I cannot care for PJ or his housemates any longer or give them the attention they need and deserve. Giving them up is breaking my heart but it is best for all of them.
PJ is a super-friendly cat who makes friends with all the other cats in the household, even the low man on the totem pole. He is very playful and will make a toy out of just about anything – crumpled foil, plastic caps from the OJ carton, etc. During the day, if he’s not playing alone or with another cat, he’s sleeping in a cushy spot, many times curled up with a companion. PJ’s favorite activity is crowding you on the couch and seeking love and pets. He’s a very loving, sweet cat who loves adults and children, but not dogs.
I believe he will be happiest in a home with female cats or other friendly males – but not alone. PJ is a gentle, underappreciated but happy cat who asks for your love and attention. He deserves to live in a loving home with people who will appreciate his sweet personality and will spend quality time with him.
If you are interested in adopting PJ, please contact Mary at 330.461.0235.
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