Tiger is the kind of cat that will greet you with a hello and a hug. Tiger gives the best hugs! Tiger is a really easy going and friendly cat. He likes to be picked up and petted. At night when I’m reading, he likes to curl up by my neck and purr. He is so friendly to all my guests. He sleeps in my guest room and the visitors fall in love with him. He enjoys using scratch pads.
Tiger gets along with dogs as well. He prefers dogs that won’t chase him. He loves my terrier. They hang out together with ease. I have two larger dogs that like to chase cats and that scares Tiger. I wish I could be Tiger’s forever home. He has grown on me but he deserves to be in a home where he can have more space and not be afraid of my chasing dogs. I rescued Tiger from BARC. He was there for 5 days and they were going to euthanize him so I decided to foster him. The owners surrendered him, his sibling and their dog due to family issues. I will donate 2 months of food, a box (plastic container) and scooper to whomever should adopt him.
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