Although Solo is a pretty shy little guy and gets really nervous in unfamiliar, noisy surroundings, he is such a loving cat. He loves being petted and talked to.
Solo needs a home that will offer him plenty of time and patience to get comfortable and be very understanding while he transitions and learns to trust his new family. Sometimes, the most timid and fearful cats end up being the best cats ever - if you are willing to wait while the bonding takes place. Solo loves, loves to play and is very food oriented so drawing him out of his shell in a new environment is not difficult. If you are extremely patient and are looking for an awesome cat, Solo is waiting for you.
He is used to big dogs and is okay with most cats. He has at times shown aggression to other cats but this attitude is rare. Due to his shy nature and dislike of loud noises, he will probably do better in a home without small children.
If you would like more information on adopting Solo, please email Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org. Solo is current on all vaccinations, has been neutered and is microchipped.
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