For Duncan there's no such thing as too much attention. He will murmur/chat with you and enjoys being talked to. Duncan loves sitting on his foster mom's lap while being petted and he will lie on her lap for as long as she lets him. He will purr, often just because you're near him, and sometimes roll on his back to have his tummy petted. He will also cuddle with you in bed if you’re awake. If you’re asleep he likes to lounge on the cat tree and look out the window or play with his toys. At night he loves the Bergan Star Chaser Turbo Scratcher. When Duncan is in play mode, he will run around, climb up the cat tree, dive onto the throw rugs, and can be a goofball.
Duncan is a very sweet, gentle and docile cuddle bug. He'll enjoy playing with wand toys, toy mice, etc., and looking out the window. If you're a homebody and want a buddy to hang out with, Duncan's your life-long guy.
Duncan will need someone with patience and understanding. When he first meets new people (i.e. potential adopters), he is very reserved and may hide. In a new environment, with new smells, a new person, etc., his world has been turned upside down. He'll need a little sanctuary (i.e. a hidden, cozy area, like a cat carrier or a closet with the door open) and to be allowed to adjust slowly. However, if you talk to him and pet him, it won't take him long to realize that you're his friend.
Given a little time, you will have a loyal, loving companion whom you will fall in love with. He is a very sweet, loving boy and one of the most affectionate cats his foster mom has ever fostered.
Duncan has been neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, has tested negative for Feline Leukemia, and is estimated to be about 2-3 years old.
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