Trevor isn’t your average “pretty boy” kind of cat; he has very unique markings, and the more you look at him and get to know him, the more you understand how ruggedly handsome he his. His foster mom says that he's like a "mountain man" kitty.
Before coming to Cat Town, Trevor didn’t have much contact with humans, but you’d never guess it these days. During his time in foster care, Trevor has opened up to his foster mom. While he may do well in a home with another cat, what Trevor really wants is a person all his own. He will want to be next to you as much as possible. He has been experimenting with being a lap cat but can't quite figure out how to fit. He’s still trying though! He loves to be near his person, sleeping on or next to them, chirping and meowing lovingly as he moves around the house, and getting all the belly rubs he can. He really loves belly rubs, which is a special trait in a cat!
If you have a safe, quiet home with lots of affection for sweet and mellow Trevor, drop us a line to learn more about him.
Cat Town is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, formed by long term volunteers from Oakland Animal Services (OAS) and other Bay Area shelters. We have partnered with OAS to take the cats who are least likely to do well in a shelter setting. Please learn more about Cat Town by checking out our website at www.cattownoakland.org or our Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/CatTownOAK.
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