Truman enjoys spending his time around people, but not necessarily being the center of attention. He likes to do things on his own terms, like most cats. He will cuddle up with his foster mom whenever he wants to, but doesn't like to be forced into cuddling. He is a quiet boy who is happy and very relaxed. He purrs often, and he purrs unlike any cat his foster mom has ever heard.
Truman has early stage kidney disease, so he needs to be on a kidney support diet for life. He will also need vet check-ups every 6 months. As long as he stays on his kidney support diet, he will be perfectly comfortable. He is perfect for someone who wants a cat around that doesn't need lots of attention, but is there to cuddle up with at night.
Thank you for welcoming a senior cat into your family - an adoption fee of your choice is appreciated versus our standard adoption fee of $175.
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