I am already neutered, up to date with shots, tested negative for FELV/FIV, good with kids and cats, not sure about dogs, and litter box trained.
Peter is a very gentle cat. He is a bit on the large size (compared to his best friends Paul and Patrick). He is a gray and white short hair and has an adorable bright white tipped tail. He adores being brushed and can be a bit of a couch potato. By that we mean that since he is an older cat (approx. 8 years young), and he won't put you through the crazy cat frenzies like younger cats. His friend, Paul, (his big-time pal) is younger and more playful. Paul (gray and white short hair) is approx. 5 years old and fully vetted as well. Peter, Paul, and Patrick give one another head bumps and are so grateful that they are safe. Patrick (black and white short hair, approx. 5 years old) is happy to be with his two pals as Patrick was very scared when he first arrived.
All three boys were once house cats until their rescuer died. The house was sold and they managed to survive one and one-half winters. So,... actually these great boys were rescued a second time! All three boys (and our senior girl, Natalie), are living in a 8 x 10 foot wood shed until they find their forever home. Access to the shed will be extremely treacherous for their foster mom if we get a huge snow storm. We are hoping to find placement for these cats before winter arrives. They have already been waiting for a home for over 8 months now.
Please contact Communities Altering The Strays (CATS) 908-453-0082 or go to our website www.catsincorporated.org so that you can fill out an application to learn more about our great cats.
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