I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Mani Subramanian. 5 yo Sealpoint Himalayan.
Mani is one of the 95 Himalayans in Crisis. He's a tiny little fella and probably won't ever weigh more than 5-6 lbs. Mani has come a long way since the day he showed up in rescue. He was so scared he hid out in his cubby for over a week. We were worried that he'd not eat, but then we noticed that a bit of food was disappearing each night while no one was watching him. Now he's our super affectionate love bug and even behaved well when he saw the vet recently. He likes to lick your fingers and then will chew on them gently, much like a cat would who is grooming his best buddy.
Mani best social interaction is when his foster mom is trying to read a book in bed. First he hops on her tummy and stands cross ways between the book and her face. Then he figures it's time for him to be petted so he looks for the fingers. Of course the fingers are holding the book about 2 feet away from the face. So, he sticks his little nose down to lick the fingers and coax out a few pets. That leaves the South end of the cat facing, well, in a different direction. His foster mom gets her reading glasses cleaned by Mani's tail each night. Once this little game is complete, about 20 minutes worth, then Mani settles his little head on his mamma's chest and gazes lovingly into her eyes for the rest of the evening.
Mani is a little shadow now. Instead of hiding out all day, he's trailing you around the house, up on your lap to watch TV, out to the kitchen to help with the dishes. You name it, he's going to be there. What a little love. We will sorely miss him when he finds his new home. Someone will get a treasure when they take this boy.
Jenn is contact.