Scottie LOVES to be brushed. I brush him a lot and he purrs and purrs. Sometimes when he purrs he sounds like a bird. I've included two pictures of him sitting on my daughter's desk while she does her homework and sitting in her lap while she watches a movie. Once Scottie trusts you and feels safe he is a lap cat. Scottie is an indoor cat.
Scottie has blue eyes. He and his brother look quite a bit alike. They are both white but Sammy doesn't have butterscotch marks on his head. Scottie LOVES to have his head scratched and his ears rubbed. I can trim his nails while rubbing his head. They are not microchipped but are current on all vaccines. Scotties has been tested for FIV/FeLV and was negative.
Scottie got outside and was attacked by a coyote and ever since he has been more passive and our other cat became the aggressor. Scottie has had to defend himself from his brother so a home as an only cat will be his happy place. He has never been around dogs or small children.
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