He seems to love human attention, and will rub up against you for attention and petting. He is deaf, which is very common in white blue eyed animals. But it does not stop him from finding you, and from knowing when it is time to eat! People in our humane society have had deaf cats, and it has never stopped them from doing anything they wanted to do. The last deaf cat the author had lived to be a ripe old age of 17 years.
Let us know if you want to meet this gorgeous man!
Beethoven has been neutered, is current on all vaccinations, and tested negative for feline leukemia/fiv
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