Othello's other indoor skills are progressing as well. He can binge-watch with the best of them, and warm a lap as long as any couch potato! He can't seem to get enough stroking, head rubs being his favorite. Just hold out your hand and he'll do all the work. His time in the wild has taught him not to be choosy at dinner-time. He'll eat pretty much anything that appears before him, leaving a polished bowl (and then come after your desert!). Othello is rather too playful for the quiet older cats in his foster home, and play pouncing is one of his fun cat games. So he’ll be best in a home with another playful young male cat, or in the company of laid back cool cats uninterested in ruling the roost. He could also be an only cat.
Regarding health, he is very much of sound mind and body, having been neutered, vaccinated (rabies, distemper, and Felv), micro chipped, and tested negative for FIV/Felv. He claims to have scored 1450 on his SAT. Dunno 'bout that.
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