O'Malley is just about 1 year old, neutered, microchipped, given all his shots and ear-tipped as I thought I was re-releasing him, but he is loving living indoors. He was tested and is FIV/FeLV negative. He had some teeth/gum issues. but I had that all taken care of and he is in perfect health! He now has a perfect smile. : ) He is a very handsome boy. He is named after Thomas O’Malley from the Aristocats as he has that certain swagger of his namesake. He is a little apprehensive around new people but warms up quickly. He bonds easily with his primary caregiver and will head butt you and rub against you for attention, and loves to be pet and get neck scratches. He drools when being pet. He does not like to be picked up and is not a lap cat, but he is affectionate. He is quiet, has impeccable manners and is the perfect gentleman. He is not a cat that hides, but will instead plop himself down in the middle of the family room and observe all the action. He loves to be in the midst of everything and goes to where the action is. He gets along with other cats. He loves to play and will chase anything you throw. He loves the pen light and any feathered toy. He will play for hours or entertain himself. Because he had most of his teeth removed, he prefers pate canned food to chunkier kinds. He eats dry food too as he is not finicky. He is a very smart boy and is very entertaining. I am looking for a good, reliable home for him, and would probably do best with someone who is experienced with cats, meaning has had another cat and understands them. He is not aggressive in any way and is a low maintenance kitty who is just so happy to be inside and getting food and affection.
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