To adopt from East Coast Maine Coon Rescue (ECMCR) please fill out our adoption application which can be found on our website: http://www.ecmcr.org/form_adoption_application.php
Smokey is in foster care in Baltimore, Maryland 21218. He is listed as special needs as he is fearful of loud noises, does not like dogs or children and requires a quiet home that will give him plenty of time to feel safe. He does enjoy the company of other cats and would prefer to have feline companions. For more information about Smokey, please contact his foster mom Michelle at email@example.com.
Single Gentleman in Search of a Housemate (or two): Hello, my name is Smokey, and I am in search of a home and a roommate or two.. I have been told that I have the sweetest disposition and I am the purrfect Gentleman. I have excellent bathroom habits and wouldn’t dream of leaving the seat up. My fashion style is classy with a wispy, long-haired, grey coat. A long, curled, fluffy tail with a lovely black stripe down the center completes my daily ensemble. My fur is soft and ready for you to run your fingers through! (or even a comb) I am petite at 9.5 pounds, but have a sturdy body type and big paws to give massages. I start out quiet and shy, but once I get to know you, I love to chat and snuggle. I enjoy helping with any and all computer desk activities, am still spry enough to grab the feather toy and am willing to chase a laser if you are willing to aim it. I have been housemates with cats before, but I don’t talk about my past 6 years too much since it has left me shy and needing time to warm up. I am a homebody, so fancy outdoor landscaping for my future home is not required. I would love to make my home with you in your quiet house without children or dogs. Please forward all inquiries to my foster housing agent. She can vouch for my desirable Housemate traits and answer any questions you may have.
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