Buckaroo Banzai is one cool cowboy. When he's not moseying from one room to another, checking up on all the local folks, he enjoys sitting with his humans, purring and remembering his days on the old dusty trail.
For a few years, Buckaroo lived outside and slept under the stars. He 'belonged' to a man with a messy house, but the man never let him inside, so Buckaroo learned to be independent and rely on himself. Once the man moved away and left Buckaroo behind, a pretty young lady on the block took him in, and gave him the love and one-on-one affection he'd never had. He adjusted to life inside like he was born to it! He is now fully content to spend his days indoors, and away from the hot California sun, and wild critters that roam the yard. He is much safer, and much happier than he has ever been!
Buckaroo leads a pretty low-key life, and he would be happiest in a forever home that matches his low-key, quiet energy. He's a little overwhelmed and scared when other animals or smaller humans get in his face - after all, he's used to being on his own - but he's more than happy to hang out with some other kitty cowboys, as long as their interaction is primarily tipping their hat to him as they pass, and going along their merry way. If you've got room in your heart and your home for a boy like Buckaroo Banzai, please contact his foster mom!
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