Aslan is a BIG SWEETIE! He is calm and gentle and very interested in people. While he is not a lap cat (at least not yet) he loves to be right where you are and loves being petted. He lets you know how happy you make him with his intense purr that he does often! He was rescued from the cold streets of Baltimore, but has excellent indoor kitty behaviors. He uses his litterbox and scratching board often. He likes to show off his incredible ability to shred the scratching board-- But don’t worry- he reserves that talent for his scratching board exclusively! (such a good kitty). When he is playing, or rolling over to be petted, or just sitting next to you, he is always the kindest kitty in the world. Aslan is so super sweet. He greets his foster mom at the door to his room every day and eagerly waits for his food. He doesn't try to escape his kitty room- it’s as if he knows the rules of the house. He is very relaxed cat. He doesn’t seem to like to climb up high or jump. If you forget to pet him while he is next to you he gives gentle head butts to encourage you, but he isn’t overly needy. He’s a pretty mellow guy that would love to sit next to you while you binge watch your next Netflix show! We aren’t sure how Aslan would get along with other pets, but he is great with older kids. He didn’t seem bothered by the other cats in his foster family's house (their smell or sight), but he hasn’t had free roam of the house yet. We think he would like a calm quiet house to take his cat naps in the sunniest or softest space in the house. Aslan would make the “Purr-fect” companion!
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