I rescued Cat Man from The Sports Complex Park on Bauer August 10th. He was with his 2 other litter mates, they looked like they were abandoned and were living in the woods. The moment we walked into the park they came running up to us looking for food and love. After playing at the park for a few hours it started to rain and wasn’t going to stop for 4 days. So I got my kennel and went back to get them. They came out of the woods, right to me even though it was pouring out. They slept the first day. I gave them a few days to adjust, but they were dirty and needed a bath, bad. They let me bath them without any trouble, I was impressed. Then they let my 4 and 8 year olds brush them. He is great with kids, my younger son carries him all over the house and he’s very playful.
It took Cat Man a few weeks to adjust and get comfortable with us. But now he acts like a part of the family. We already love him sooo much, we will be sad to see him go. But we cannot keep him. I know he will make a great addition to any home.
He’s the runt of the litter but doesn’t act like he’s small.
He will sit and snuggle with you. Good with my other cats, not a fan of my big dog. My husband’s favorite.
Litter box trained (not a single accident). Very loving, Nap and Play a lot. Great with kids! (My 4 year old loves picking them up and they don't mind one bit). Uses scratching post. Plays with cat toys, shoe laces, kids toys, other cats, pretty much anything....
Cat Man is neutered, up-to-date on shots, FeLV tested negative and litterbox trained. His adoption fee is $55.00 or $75.00 for two.
To adopt a kitty from us, please fill out our online Cat Adoption Application on our website ecaaFL.org. There is a link on the top of the home page. Click on "Fill in", you don't have to register. For more information you can contact Sara Riek, 850-346-4860, firstname.lastname@example.org
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