Name: Tony C130148 (and Samson C130119)
Age: ~3 Years
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Weight: 16.8 Pounds
Dog friendly: TBD
Cat friendly: Yes
Kid friendly: Yes
Litterbox Trained: Yes
Energy level: Moderate
History: Owner Surrender
Adoption Fee: $130/pair
From the Foster:
Hi! My name is Tony/Moses, but my Foster Mom usually calls me Mose or Moe. I live with my brother Samson and we are good buds so we would like to find a wonderful home together.
I'm a big guy that likes to observe my surroundings until I feel ready to jump in and participate. I really like to sit atop high places to watch from the best vantage point and fortunately Foster Mom has a lot of bookcases that work well for that. I do really like attention when I feel comfortable so any time Foster Mom sits down I jump into her lap immediately. I require to be pet and scratched with both hands when I'm in her lap. I also like to walk in between her legs and make sure that my scent is on as many things as possible. I'm more of a laid back kind of cat, so I'm not all that interested in toys, although Foster Mom has caught me in a playful mood a few times and gotten me to bat a ball around or chase a feather on a string. I do like catnip, so toys infused with that are more likely to catch my attention.
I'm still not so sure about these other 4 legged creatures that are in the house - Foster Mom calls them dogs. They can be very loud sometimes, but I'm generally used to that now. I like to sit at the bottom of the stairs and watch them in the kitchen. I frequently have staring contests with one of them, and I usually win. I'm ok being in the same house as these dog things, but it's good to have a place that they can't get to, so if my next home already has a dog it would be good if Samson & I had our own space.
I'm a really great cat and would love a fur-ever home for my brother and I. Do you have some extra love and time to give us? You won't be sorry!
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