Moose is such a terrifically wonderful big boy. He is about six years old, and tips the scales at 20 pounds. His clipped ear indicates that he was a barn cat but spend 5 seconds with Moose and he will prove he was actually meant to be cuddling right next to you. He has an unbelievably sweet demeanor. He is a purring machine and will run up to you to greet you for some good head and chin scratches. He is fully litter box trained. He is a very curious boy and will wander around until he has explored everything and then will just relax. He is a very laid back boy and makes his people laugh all the time. He will give you adorable licks and kisses on your nose and if he's really happy he'll push his head into your hand and do a very impressive somersault. He will gently correct you if he is looking for a little alone time so would probably do best with a family with slightly older children. Moose would also prefer to be the only animal in the home although he likely could go to a home with a dog who ignored him. No cats for Moose. Moose is going to make an awesome addition to some family, will you be the lucky one?
Interested in adopting this lovable animal? Please go to our website www.wagsmn.org and fill out an Adoption Application. Once the application is processed, a Wags representative will contact you, answer any questions you may have, and set up a time/location for a meet and greet! A home visit is required prior to adoption. Wags & Whiskers adopts animals within a 60 mile radius of the Twin Cities or a 30 minute radius of Duluth, Rochester, and Mankato.
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Breed and temperament determination: Wags & Whiskers Animal Rescue attempts to determine breed and temperament using a combination of looks, information provided to us at intake, and our experience with the animal while in our Rescue. We do not guarantee this determination.
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