I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Hello there. Call me Ranger, and I am a Bombay/ black DSH mix boy with the sleek patent-leather coat and copper-colored eyes of a Bombay but the slant and crossed-eye gene of a Siamese. Hmm . . . 2 popular breeds of cats -- so I hope that increases my chances that someone wants to adopt me!
I was born in March 2014, adopted as a kitten, but the guy who loved and adopted me joined the service and had to leave me behind. His mom didn't know that it's not a good idea to turn a black cat into a shelter, but when I was scanned for a microchip, thanks to Buster's Friends' purchasing the chip, they were contacted and gladly took me back into their program.
My foster mom says that I am oh-so VERY sweet and a real a cuddle bug. I fit the profile of the Bombay cat, who is often called a Velcro cat because they become so bonded to their humans. That's me! I love to snuggle in laps and turn on my purr motor to a high volume so that no one misses it.
If you want a hunk of onyx who has outgrown all those annoying kitten antics like climbing up the curtains, I'm your man. If you want a precious black diamond who will cuddle with you and lower your blood pressure, I'm your man!
Please don't be superstitious of black cats! Buster's Friends makes a concerted effort to rescue black cats and kittens from shelters because they are five times more likely to be euthanized than any other color of cat. However, many people who have previously had a black or Bombay mix cat end up adopting another one because they seem to have such wonderful personalities and are emotionally stable and well balanced.
Ranger is updated on shots, neutered, dewormed, microchipped, FIV/ FeLV negative, and ready for his indoor-only home. His adoption fee is $100, cash or check payable to Buster's Friends. Please click the contact button if you are interested in Ranger, and we can let you know exactly where you can meet him.