Buddy is a declawed cat. He was in a family once but the lady turned him over to WARM because he would bite her. She loved him but she couldn't take his biting. Buddy has gotten much better about his biting since he has been at WARM but he will still bite at times - especially if you are petting him more gently it seems. If you stroke him with some authority he doesn't seem to bite as much. Buddy is in the free roaming cat room and has been getting along with the other cats just fine.
Even though Buddy is a biter, he still deserves a home. We have run across other declawed cats that tend to bite - I guess this is their only defense or communication now and they use it more than they should, or more than we would like them to.
Buddy will need a home where someone understands his personality and is patient with him and just lets Buddy --- be Buddy.
DOB - approx. 5/31/15
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