Tyler is a beautiful tuxedo boy who is a bit shy at first, but once he knows you, he enjoys snuggling up. Tyler likes to sleep close to his humans at night and will give you a little lick to affirm his affection and ask for you to pet him. Handsome Tyler is submissive so a dominate cat might cause him to go into hiding, but he has been happily living with several other cats with no problems. He would be ok with a quiet dog that paid him no attention. He’d enjoy children who would give him the love and attention he seeks. He is a low energy cat, keeps to himself, doesn’t climb things, is not demanding and has no desire to be outside. He is fully litter box trained with no issues. Tyler is a beautiful boy with white whiskers and gorgeous white markings. He is a soft spoken cat with few delicate meows to thank you for a treat or scratch on his belly. He loves catnip and his scratching pad when not taking a catnap. He is adorable when he uses his paws to taste test new things or to grab the cup of catnip hen you try to pull it away.
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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