Paul is neutered, up to date with shots, tested negative for FELV/FIV, good with kids and cats, not sure about dogs, and is litter box trained.
Paul is a real rescuer's success story. Paul arrived with Peter (and Patrick and Natalie). Paul was not a happy camper at first. To begin with, he was not yet neutered before he was kicked out of his rescuer's house. His rescuer died before he could get Paul neutered. Well,... Paul clung to Peter like glue. After a short white Peter would allow some petting but Paul just cowered in the corner. Even though Paul was snuggled next to his buddy, Paul was not responding to our socialization tricks. After we had Paul and Peter (and Patrick) for awhile, to build up their strength and get vetted, we had Paul neutered and the whole works. Poor Paul needed a couple of teeth extracted! No wonder he wasn't a happy camper! Within one week Paul was loving petting and started to come out of his shell. We think that Paul is approx 5 years old and he likes to talk a bit. He likes to greet us by meowing and he just loves to eat. We think that Paul needs his buddy Peter to be happy. Please consider both boys. Patrick is also bonded with Peter and Paul and it would be great if all three moved in with a family, but Patrick is more of an independent fellow and should be fine if adopted alone or adopted as a companion for a cat with a mellow personality. We are hoping to find them their forever homes before winter as they are currently residing in an 8 x 10 foot shed.
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