Peter is a gentle-giant. He's a large cat but so sweet and gentle. Peter is approx. 8-9 years old, neutered, up to date on vaccinations, tested negative for FELV/FIV, and litter box trained, He would be good with kids and cats. We have not exposed Peter to dogs so we are not sure if he would like to live with one.
Peter has the sweetest purr. He lets you know he loves petting and being brushed by purring and purring, He will sit in your lap for a short while and purr. He has a cute white-tipped tail and a gray smudge on his nose. Peter will play but can also be a bit of a couch potato. We think that he enjoys watching his best buddy, Paul, play and be the entertainer! Peter must be adopted with Paul as they are practically inseparable. Peter, Paul, and Patrick are great friends and give one another head butts, but Peter and Paul must be adopted together.
Rescued once, rescued twice! All three boys were once house cats until their rescuer died. The house was sold and they managed to survive outdoors for one year and one half of the winter of 2016. February of 2016 was extremely cold and we just had to get these boys into foster care for their safety.
These three boys are living in a 8 x 10 foot wood shed until they find their forever home. They have lightis and heat and all of the kitty necessities but really would like more human companionship and especially their own home and family.
Please contact Communities Altering The Strays (CATS) 908-453-0082 or go to our web site so that you can fill out an application to learn more about these great cats. If you'd like to email us you can do so at firstname.lastname@example.org. Updated 2/13/17.
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