Meet Bumble! Bumble has had a long road to get where he is now. He is from a feral/stray colony in Hollywood and used to be very scared of human contact, but did enjoy coming around for his feedings and treats. A year ago Bumble had a urinary blockage and I rushed him to the vet when I found him listless outside. He made a full recovery and also really enjoyed the comfort of being in a good home with lots of love. All of a sudden this cat was so loving, rubbing on everyone's legs and meowing for pets. It was the fastest turnaround I've ever seen.
Bumble returned to his brothers outside for the past year and was thriving and being his happy self. Unfortunately his urinary blockage returned, due to his outdoor diet not being a CD diet. This time after he returned from the vet, he stayed inside in my foster room to recover and acclimate. For the past months he has been happily enjoying the attentions of a very cute litter of kittens. He was wonderfully gentle with them! And it was great to see him playing and interacting with them. Now the kittens have all found homes and its Bumbles turn for a forever home, he's lonely without them.
Bumble would be a wonderful companion for someone looking for a solo adult cat and would also do well with a kitten/younger cat or non-agressive adult cats. He is currently free-roaming in our house and has meshed well with the 3 adult cats and 1 kitten. He is still tentatively getting to know them, with some genuine signs of playfulness and interaction.
Bumble is calm and loves to roll around and flop around while you pet him. He has a charmingly small meow/chirp. He is not a needy cat and will let you know when he is done with pets by walking away or flattening his ears. He is not a cat that will do well with any sort of rough play/teasing, he's had a tough life on the streets of Hollywood and is just looking for someone to be gentle with him. He lets me clip his nails and groom him and he will play with Da Bird for a bit and jump around a little once he gets into it.
Please consider giving this wonderful guy a second lease on life and a place in your home, he is a gem!
Neutered, Felv/FIV negative, C/D diet recommended
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