He has large expressive yellow eyes. He is a Havana Brown mix. His fur is mostly a rich dark chocolate brown color, with deep black areas and a cute white spot on his chest. He was found living as a stray in a trailer park in West Virginia before he and several other cats living there were rescued by 4Paws.
Lemmy quickly warms up to those who are patient and gentle with him. He gets along well with older children and he lets you know gently when he needs a break or he is ready to play (which is always!). He likes to play with you or on his own with his toys, especially toy mice and balls with bells in them, and is a gentleman using his scratcher and his box. He is fearless when it comes to his foster using the dust buster but will hide from the vacuum! Lemmy gets along well with other cats, and is happy to share his space.
Lemmy was born in March 2015. He’s been neutered, micro-chipped, tested negative for FIV and feline leukemia, and is up to date on all his shots. He is on a prescription food diet for urinary tract health, to maintain the appropriate urinary PH and prevent crystals.
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