Monty was found roaming the countryside, looking for anyone to pay attention to him. He spent four days and nights sleeping beside a workplace and begging to come in before an employee took him in as a foster. He was clearly a housecat: he’s declawed, neutered, litter trained, purrs as soon as he is petted, loves people, and is a good weight. He also doesn’t show much interest in going outside. He is a tuxedo cat: black with white paws, a white undershirt, and an itsy splash of white on the very tip of his tail.
Monty is a fancy boy who likes to live a life of luxury. He just wants to be adored. He loves belly rubs and will knead his front legs with a good back scratch, as though he’s walking on a treadmill. He doesn’t do well with dogs, and is annoyed by other cats. As such, he’d prefer to be the only cat in the household, or in a home with another cat who is easygoing. He will tell you if he’s annoyed and he can be distracted by playing. He loves to sleep and spends all night sleeping on his Foster mom’s 4-year-old son’s bed. He’s the kind of guy who would be happiest sitting beside someone as they read by the fire, getting a petted on the head in between chapters.
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