A common trait in many all-white cats and dogs is
deafness and, for this reason, Lance is being listed as
"special needs". You see, when Lance meows it can
be VERY loud. He has no idea. To him, everything's
on the same level and he relies more on visual cues and
sensing vibrations. I'm also a firm believer that cats are
highly intuitive so, I'm fairly certain, he reads people
much better than one may think. ;)
Lance adores cuddling in your arms or lap and
will, most-likely, sleep in bed with you and want
to be in any room you're in. He's also very playful
and LOVES to go on walks with his harness and leash.
He really enjoys exploring the great outdoors and
meeting new people. Of course, he would not be
able to be an outdoor cat since he's unable to hear
cars, predators or danger. This fella would do best
with someone who works at home or is retired.
His former family surrendered him because their other
two cats were beating him up. It's probably because
they weren't the right temperament for a deaf cat like Lance.
Lance is currently living with a young, female kitten, named,
Jasmine... and they're quite adorable together... considering
their difference in size and her being all black.
Let's see... other pertinent or important info is that
Lance hates being in a carrier. Fortunately, he loves
the harness and leash. Lance has already been:
* Combo-tested (for FIV/FeLV),
* Flea treated,
* Micro chipped,
* And given a clean bill of health!
~ $125. adoption fee, adoption contract and home check apply ~
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