Hi, my name is Ku'u (pronounced 'Coo'). It means 'Beloved' in Hawaiian and I am 70 lbs. of love. I lived with my former family for 5 years. Unfortunately they had to move and were unable take me with them. During my time with them I loved their 2 year old daughter and my Chihuahua pal. My Auntie Penny is a cat rescuer, fortunately she reached out to the people at Lucky Paws Rescue. LPR immediately hooked me up with a great, temporary, foster family (contact # for current foster available upon request). During my stay with my temporary foster family, among other things, we’ve confirmed that I’m fine with their 7 yo ‘kitty’. I’m house broken/potty trained, have wonderful house manners (don’t get on or chew furniture) and am great on a leash and love walks. I’m a perfect age: mature but still full of life. I rapidly fall in love with my family and immediately become protective of them. During a recent follow up visit to the vet, post neuter, the vet & staff’s comments included “how calm, mellow and what a love he is”. My current foster family says that I have a great sense of humor because of the funny things that I do – for instance, when my foster dad had his friends over to hang out for the evening & they decided to hop in the hot tub I wanted to soak with them. They wouldn’t let me in: party poopers. Although I rarely bark, I am vocal. My current foster parents are still trying to figure out what my various (cute & not loud) vocal expressions mean. They are also trying to figure out what kitty is saying, but they just don’t understand. The rescue wanted to let you know that I am current on my vaccines, neutered, flea treated, wormed and micro-chipped. So if you think that you want to be my forever home please contact Terry at email@example.com
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