With model-worthy looks, sporting a snowy white coat, and dark rimmed eyes, Cosmo looks like he could have just stepped off the catwalk. In reality, he’s not really into the limelight, at least not until you get to know him.
Cosmo was very stressed at the shelter this summer before he was able to move into the comfort of a calm foster home with Cat Town. He’s had some time to relax, and now we’re getting to see his playful and affectionate side! His foster parents recently told us about Cosmo’s progress in their home:
“Cosmo has two main passions in life: getting his cheeks scratched, and treats. He has a signature "lean over and flop" move when you start scratching his cheek. He has been allowing himself to get pets and treats, and he is continuing to make such great progress! Once he became more confident in our home, we found that he LOVES to play- he will play soccer by himself with his mice, he goes crazy with the Cat Dancer, and is always in pursuit of that mysterious laser pointer.”
The perfect family for Cosmo will be patient and experienced with cats, mindful to read Cosmo's moods and gently encourage him. With the right person, we think Cosmo will be ready to make his debut on that catwalk in time for next season’s collections.
Cosmo is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. Cosmo needs to be an indoor-only cat, and is $50 to adopt.
Interested in adopting, fostering or have more questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cat Town is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, formed by long term volunteers from Oakland Animal Services (OAS) and other Bay Area shelters. We have partnered with OAS to take the cats who are least likely to do well in a shelter setting. Please learn more about Cat Town by checking out our website at www.cattownoakland.org or our Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/CatTownOAK.
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