Taylor is 15 month old, petite frame, 9 lbs. of sweetness.
Fun loving, easy going guy will take a short period to get used to a new home. He's outgoing, quirky and will steal your heart when he looks into your eyes. he'll greet you when you come home and show how happy he is to see you by allowing you to give him a few pets and maybe a kiss. 'at breakfast and dinner time he's vocal and lets you know he appreciates you preparing his meal. Laps are a nice place to sit with his favorite human and receive some ear scratching or serious petting. When bedtime comes around you never quite know what to expect with him, he may sleep at the side of your legs or decide another room suites him better for the night. If he doesn't accompany you, he's for sure there in the morning cuddling before you rise.
it would be nice for tailor to be adopted with his brother, Tinker , or into a home with a friendly, playful cat or calm small dog.
He loves being brushed. He uses cardboard scratchers and cat towers. His favorite toys or games are those that get him running and jumping. He loves to jump in the air and show off his back flips and triple axles.
Weird fact about Tailor: right eye has a green tint and left eye has a gold tint.
Tailor will let you pick him up after trust has been established. But you can pick up from behind and lift him before he wiggles away. He will hang out on your lap while watching TV. It's easy to trim his nails while he's sleeping.
Tailor is neutered , up to date on vaccines, feline leukemia and FIV tested negative and microchipped. His adoption fee is just $75, or adopt Tailor and his brother Tinker together for $75 total!
Tailor is currently in a foster home. if you have any questions or would like to visit with him please call, text or email Cindy at 248-755-4260, email@example.com.
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