Patiently waiting his whole life for a ”furever” home and family of his very own, Bandit has finally learned that people are his friends and recently transformed into the secure and confident cat he was always meant to be. When he first arrived at the shelter and for a long time after, he was extremely scared of people and would always hide when you looked at him or entered his room. There was no way he was going to let you get close enough to stroke or pet him. It’s like a switch turned on and with a slow approach he happily accepts and loves human touch & attention. As soon as the luvins begin, so does the motor, the purring starts and the traditional role over and flop for some belly rubs. But if he has not had enough, the moment it stops he can get vocal and talk you as if to say “why did you stop, I’m not done yet?” Bandit is a sweet, gentle natured cutie with an adorably innocent face and the most amazing purrsonality. Excellent with other cats or happy to be on his own, Bandit would make a wonderful companion. If you want to be the one to show Bandit the happiness of having a “furever” home and family, please fill out an adoption application and contact us.
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