Jimmy is gorgeous, and adores petting and lets me pet him for a long time while he eats though tends to run away when I stand. He often sits under my desk in his bed and is happy there while I work. He is still skittish, but I can tell he wants to trust me. I imagine if he was living with me like my own cats, allowed to sleep with me and didn't have another bullying cat bothering him, he would come into his own. I think he would love to be the only cat or would be very happy with a confident nice cat who he could learn to trust more from.
Jimmy was rescued on the street. Each day I walked my dog and went past him and fed him. He waited for me religiously, saw the dog and would look for food. I couldn't let him stay out there as long haired cats do much worse out on the street and clearly someone had dumped him since he just suddenly appeared one day.
Jimmy is neutered, tested negative for fiv/leuk, microchipped and up to date on vaccines.
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