Orange Cat's Info...
I am already neutered, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Orange Cat's Story...
Orange Cat (can we be a little more original with a name!) is a sweetheart. This young guy was hanging around an RCAF volunteer’s neighborhood and on Halloween Eve decided to chill on the porch and hand out candy with the volunteer. That was the last holiday he will ever spend outdoors. He is now in a foster home where we have learned that this big guy is literally a big ball of love. He gets along with his fellow foster cats and has more of a passive personality. There are not dogs in his current foster home, but there were dogs in his rescue home and we do not anticipate him having issues adjusting. His current favorite pastime is relaxing in the safety of his foster home. He no longer has to look over his shoulder for predators and can now catch up on his rest. He is also learning that food is always available now. He still eats like a bulldozer, but that should settle down as he realizes he doesn’t have to worry about where his next meal is coming from. Orange Cat is a well-rounded young man that would do well in any type of household.
His estimated date of birth is Fall 2014. He is neutered, vaccinated and tested negative for FeLV and FIV.
A few orange cat facts to ponder:
Did you know that more than 75% of orange tabbies are males?
The orange tabby loves to eat and has a tendency to become obese.
You will find many orange tabbies with black freckles on their noses.
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