Alex came to us as a stray from the Speedway Street Department. We learned from a previous owner's ex that he is approximately 8 years old. Alex is very friendly but we were told he isn't fond of dogs. Alex was adopted but returned to us because he got aggressive with the resident senior (14-16 year old) cat. We are recommending an active household where he can be an only pet.
Alex is a senior cat now, but there is still lots of life and love in him! We suspect there is an oriental breed in his lineage (like Siamese or Oriental Shorthair) because he is very talkative and very active.
Current food: Authority Adult kibble and Triumph turkey canned cat food.
Current litter: Grreat Choice non-scoopable scented clay litter
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