We found Po in a tree a year ago, while looking for a baby opossum that a neighbor had told us he though had been abandoned. He was about 4 or 5 weeks old. We already had a number of pets, but tried to keep him. We are moving into an apartment that only allows two pets and can't keep him. He still has the personality of an alley cat. He has non-stop energy. He really needs to go to someone who has experience with behavioral issues. Po wants to play all day, and doesn't know how to play gently sometimes. He's not a biter, but he bats at you with his claws because he wants to play. I'm worried about being able to find him a home with someone who has patience. He can be very loving when his energy runs out!
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