Nate was the result of an unspayed female running around outside. (We still aren't sure if his mother is spayed.) His 8 week old feral self didn't appreciate being caught. He bit right through Anna's thumbnail. (In his defense, she did have him by the tail.) Since then, he has become a playful young cat.
Nate has horned paws which will need to be regularly trimmed. He hates having it done.
Current food: Authority Adult kibble and Triumph turkey canned cat food.
Current litter: Grreat Choice non-scoopable scented clay litter
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