Meow Meow greets his foster family at the door with meows and waits for them to pet him. It took him a few weeks to warm up to them, but once he did … he was in love. He is still very shy with strangers but gets better with time.
He loves tossing little stuffed cat toys up in the air and running after them. He is pretty energetic; he wrestles and plays with the other playful cats in his foster home.
Meow is incredibly snuggly and affectionate. If you’re on the couch, he’s on the couch next to you. If you’re brushing your teeth, he’s impatiently waiting on the bed for you to join him for a snuggle session. He’s a big fan of belly and chest rubs. He wouldn’t turn down a head scratch either.
Meow was found stray in Chicago and can be very nervous and jumpy with loud noises and unexpected movements. He is frightened by sudden hand movements so stick toys and feather wands, etc., are out of the question. He enjoys catnip, treats and the laser pointer. He will do best in a quiet home with patient feline-lovers as he will counter surf if food is left out!
Meow is very healthy, de-wormed, neutered, up-to-date on vaccines, virus tested positive for FIV which is spread through bite wounds to other cats so he’ll be fine on his own or with other playful non-aggressive cats. He has all his claws.
To meet and possibly adopt Meow Meow please contact the Feline Friends rescue group at email@example.com and if you have specific questions about his personality, please contact his foster mom Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-294-7131. He is being fostered in Chicago’s Albany Park neighborhood.
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