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My name is Elliot!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Fort Collins, Colorado - Elliot
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Fort Collins, Colorado - Elliot
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I'm being cared for by:
Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic

Facts about Elliot

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red Tabby
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 31469862
  • Hair: Short
Hi! I'm Elliot. I was rescued from a hoarding situation in Cheyenne April 30, 2016. My foster family took me in 3 weeks ago, after I got a little cage crazy at an adoption location. I'm glad they did, because I got to get use to all of the noises and humans in a more normal house.At first I was afraid of the humans when they would move towards me and would startle at little noises.They tried to befriend me separate from the other resident cats so that I could get used to people, but Iwas pretty scared until I saw one of the other cats and I immediately came out from where I was hiding and made happy chirpy sounds. I now run loose with all of the other kitties (I have 8 foster feline friends and 2 big doggies - plus they have been baby-sitting 2 big doggies this week!) My kitty friends taught me that humans are pretty cool. I now get excited and chirp when a hand reaches out to pet me and I have found my happy purr machine. I also like to shadow the humans. If they go to the bathroom, I lay a couple of feet from them and watch them. If they go to the kitchen I follow them there. Sometimes they have to dodge tripping on me. I am quite curious about these bipedal creatures.

I am still not sure about being held. It makes me panic. But, it's only a few weeks and with some more careful study of human ways I can determine whether being held is safe. I love it when the humans play fishing pole games with me. I am quite exuberant. And I adore other kitties. I really want a forever home with other kitties. We play tag, hide-and- seek, and wrestle. I am very easy going. When the head kitties would hiss at me or teach me boundaries I responded with respect. I never hiss back. Now no kitties discipline me since I'm such a good listener. I just want to be friends with everyone. I am not afraid of dogs in the least! I will rub up against them and sniff noses. I am an excellent litter box user. I am learning about the scratching posts and cat condo. I am learning to not scratch household things. My foster mommy will cut my nails when I go to my forever home and she can teach my new family how to do it if needed. I love to carry soft toys in my mouth while running around acting tough. I like to run through the crunchy cat tunnel and play with the puzzle game and love the ball racer track. I'm just all fun! It makes photographing me challenging since I like to be on the move.

Because I am not sure about being squeezed I would prefer a home without young children. I will make you laugh with my silliness. I promise to continue adjusting to home life. I have come such a long way in 3 weeks! In my photos you can see one of me loving my human rub down. Another of me the lounging with my foster sister Itsy. One of me in a cupboard. And finally, my dishwasher investigation! I had never heard one before, but my curiosity is much stronger than my trepidation. However, I still had to approach with caution. I was startled and ran away when it changed cycles, but I came right back. And, I was really excited to see the dishes being unloaded when it was done. What a funny thing! My foster siblings were so puzzled by my investigatory quest.

Please contact Fort Collins Cat Rescue and they will put you in touch with my foster mom to arrange a

playdate!

Chow!

- Elliot

About Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic

About Our Shelter...

Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic is a non-profit, no-kill cat shelter and low-cost spay/neuter clinic.
Our spay/neuter clinic performs surgeries on both cats & dogs, and we also offer low-cost vaccination clinics every week.

Our organization's goal is to do everything in our power to prevent euthanasia due to 'homelessness'.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our shelter is open Monday thru Friday from 10am - 6pm and Saturday & Sunday from 10am - 5pm.

We are located on the southwest corner of Mulberry and Timberline on the frontage road.

Our Adoption Process...

Adopters must first fill out an adoption questionaire. The questionaire is a way for us to get to know the potential adopter, and help pick out the purr-fect companion for them.

Once the application is approved, and adoption contract is filled out.

More info can be found here: http://www.fccrsnc.org/fccr_adopt_info.shtml