found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and not good with dogs.
Look at this sweet boy. He is a big cuddly armful of soft cream fur ( with a big purr motor). He has a very agreeable nature as is typical of Himalayans. He is mellow and easy to handle. He likes to sprawl and lounge and snooze; he will play and chase a feather for a bit and then snooze again. Then he will bestir himself to follow you around the house and lie near you showing you how to relax and live in the lazy moment.
He is a fairly good-sized Himalayan, longer and sleeker
than some. He loves to have his plush, soft fur brushed and fussed
with. Likewise he will take face washings with a good grace. Himi's always need their faces washed on occasion.
J. J. was adopted to a happy home but was returned due to
his fear of the family's new dog. So he needs a home with no dogs.
As far as cats go he would rather be the only one around to soak up all your attention so a family with no cats would make him happy also. He can be a little jealous of other cats. I think he would be fine with gentle children. He loves cuddling and attention.
J. J. is all about love and some family will be lucky to have his strong, loving heart in their home.
He eats wet and dry food and is litterbox perfect.
His foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz.