Champ is a lovely, sweet senior looking for a forever home to enjoy his golden years. His favourite things are being brushed and cuddled, sleeping and eating, in that order! Like many Siamese cats, he has a big voice and likes to use it, mainly to tell you when he wants some hugs and kisses. He is a very affectionate, tender-hearted, gentle cat who doesn’t have an aggressive bone in his body. Though he doesn't sit on laps, Champ loves to hang out with his human friends on the couch and cuddle next to you in bed.
Champ, like his brother, Snowy, has recently been diagnosed with early kidney disease. He also has a bit of a sensitive stomach, but is currently eating a kidney-friendly wet cat food and is not on any medication or prescription foods other than probiotics. He has had problems with his teeth in the past, so he will likely require dental care in the future.
Champ wants nothing more than to be your best buddy and live a simple, quiet life. He is a real darling who makes quick friends with everyone
Champ is bonded with his brother, Snowy, and they must be adopted together. The boys are quite independent and tend to do their own thing, but they do love to groom each other, which is very cute to watch.
Thank you for giving two best friends a loving forever home together and thank you for welcoming a senior cat into your family - an adoption fee of your choice is appreciated versus our standard adoption fee of $175.
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