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Charlie (named because he has a thin moustache like Charlie Chaplin) is quite the character. He has no fear. He was born during the bad storms in April 2016 and was one of only two in his litter to survive. He was trapped in June, neutered, given all his shots and placed in my home as a foster. His mother, Roxie, is also in my home and available for adoption. It is not necessary for them to be adopted together, but I know they would both love it.
Charlie adjusted to my home very quickly, never showing any fear around my other cats (regardless of how many times they spit in his face). This boy loves his mice and he loves to eat! I think he will grow up to be a good sized cat. He is already as big as his mother. He enjoys chasing my cats and sitting in the windows watching the bugs go by.
He's not been around children much - only my grandchildren on occasion. He is not the cuddling kind, although he does enjoy being held once in a while (especially after a big meal). He will play with the kids when they have his mice or feathers, and he will let them pet him. He's never scratched or bitten any of them.
I think he would do fine in a home with kids, other cats, and probably even dogs. He's a pretty gutsy little guy! I also think he would enjoy walks on a harness.
He is sure to win your hearts and keep you laughing with his antics. As brave as he is, he is very uneasy at the PetsMart adopton days. I do have him up there from time to time, but would prefer to show him in my home so potential adopters can see the real Charlie.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.