He's playful, lots of energy, would be ideal for a home with another playful cat. I fostered a kitten so that he would not be lonely. He gets along very well with other cats (licks them, cuddles up to them) he hasn't met a dog but I think they'd get along? He seems brave. At night he finally winds down and is great to cuddle with, he likes to spoon. And allows my arm to wrap around him. But will also sleep behind my knee. When I wake up , he is still beside me.
He loves to eat, he's not picky although he is partial to canned food because the vet insisted I primarily feed him that so he's spoiled. (he eats vegetables/human food as well and doesn't mind vitamin powders, I use two from wysong)
Cons: other than the hyperactivity you'd expect from a kitten, he likes to climb out of the window. If I open it from the top, he will climb and perch himself on the ledge. It makes my heart drop. So if you live in a high rise, I don't recommend him. Three floors maximum. I think it's because I used to take him out for strolls. He likes to go for walks. He seems to be fond of the outdoors. I have more videos and pictures (him cuddling up to other cats (4 in total) but I think there is a limit to how many I can upload to the profile. Oh and he's officially a year old now. The vet estimated he was born last spring.
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