Odin has a brown tabby short smooth coat, a long ringed tail, and an adorable chubby-looking face with a white milk mustache.. He was a very frightened boy when he first entered our shelter, but just imagine what he was feeling (being in a small cage when he had been accustomed to having the freedom of his own home) :( .
Odin has recently been moved to a larger cat tower in the lobby of our shelter and is much happier there :) He enjoys being petted and loves being brushed with a soothing soft-bristled kitty brush. We hope that being more 'visible' will help this magnificent guy find the home he truly deserves.
Odin was given vaccinations, wormer, and Revolution flea treatment on January 20, 2017 He weighed 6 lbs. on that date.
Odin was neutered on April 26, 2017 and was also given rabies vaccine. He weighed 10.2 lbs. on that date.and had gained some much-needed weight!
These photos of Odin were taken on August 8 and 9, 2017. Odin's original photos were not very flattering since he always had his ears flattened out :( We discovered that the camera flash (or even a cell phone picture) was stressful for him since that is the only time he flattened his ears :(
Odin has become a favorite with the kennel techs who clean his cage each day and care for him .. And our photographer has also fallen hard for this big guy :) His looks are deceiving since he has a rugged appearance. He is actually one BIG pussycat (pun intended) who enjoys being petted and he loves to be brushed. Odin has been showing us the playful side of his personality recently and dearly loves to play with dangling balls/feathery toys in his cage and teaser toys with our volunteers. Odin doesn't really like to be picked up and carried around, but would most likely rather snuggle up next to you. We LOVE our Odin!!
Our dream is for Odin to find the purrfect home. He is also available for foster or rescue.
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