HI! My name is Mr. Rhum P. Ball, but you can call me Rhum. I am a pretty sweet dude so don't let my size fool you. I really like to be where the action is and love hanging out with my humans and cat friends. I am not a shy guy and love some lap naps and snuggles. I also really like to play and can happily entertain you and your friends with my cat tricks!
I have a big BIG purr (and big cheeks too!) I love face rubs and chin scratches and will reward you by falling asleep in your arms. I am a curious guy and like to poke around in closets and come with you when you open that magical food box (my foster mom calls it a fridge, I call it heaven!).
I am a real conversationalist, and like to talk to my humans often. If you don't answer I only get louder! I am a pretty big boy and most people find that intimidating. Please don't let my size fool you!
I was found on the streets of Quebec and put into a shelter. I hung out there for a while, but no one wanted to adopt me. I was getting pretty worried about what my life would be like when Toronto Cat Rescue came and took me and 49 of my friends to Toronto and placed us in foster care! That's when I met my foster parents and life really began!
Rhum's foster family shares: "Rhum is a love. He is funny, kind, silly and very attentive. He is a family guy and does best in a home where there are lots of people to give him the attention he needs. He also really enjoys the company of other cats.".
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