Teddy is growing into a really big yeller feller. He was rescued with two Moms and 5 siblings from a local restaurant where the family had been dumped. Teddy went through a funk when his whole family disappeared leaving him to make new friends in his temporary home. He appeared to fear that he too would disappear, not understanding that his family all had gone to their permanent homes. Teddy is a bright boy however and soon learned to trust again and has become a BFF kitty to his temporary Mom. He is what is called a “sidekick” kitty. Always involved but rarely on a lap. He is interested in everything that goes on in the home, never tries to go outside where he was found, and keeps his purr motor going all the time. He gets on well and plays with the other kittens in the home, chasing up and down the hall ways. He sleeps on the bed with other kitties and humans and loves to get a good patting. His Caregiver calls him Mr. Bony Butt as he has a slim oriental build. He likes to talk and will occasionally give out a scream as if to say, I am here, pay attention to me. Teddy is a fun fellow and is looking for a home where he will be one alone or of few kitties so he gets his share of attention. Since Teddy is sponsored by Partners for Cats, he is free to an approved home. Fill out and application and sent it to email@example.com and Jean will call you to discuss how best Teddy will fit into your home.
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