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Little is a “scare-dy” cat. He had to live in a cage for more than a year. He was in a tiny apartment in the projects with five other cats and a man who took in cats that people dumped off but couldn't afford to take care of them. After awhile Little was too afraid to come out.
Now he is doing wonderfully in a foster home where he is taking care of a little kitten whom he loves. He is generally afraid of other cats, unless he meets them as little kittens and he has a chance to bond while they’re little. He needs a quiet home and it takes him awhile to stop being afraid. After that, he loves to be with his human. He’ll greet you happily when you come home, and will want to cuddle. He likes to sleep with you at night and always be in the same room.
Little will be happiest in a quiet home with either no other cats or—ideally—where he can meet a young kitten, to be sure he feels safe. And a patient human who can give him time to know he’s safe.
3 yrs old â fully vetted: neutered, tested, vaccinated â micro-chipped â Needs quiet home as either a single cat or with a young kitten as playmate—then he won’t be scared as kitty grows up . â Needs patient ‘parents’ willing to give him plenty of time to stop being afraid and become a cuddle buddy.
For more information please call Gail: (513) 518-6758 or (513) 475-0002 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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