found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Hard not to smile when you look at this large armful of love. You have heard of how Ragdolls are the biggest cat breed? Here is an example. He is about 20 pounds of soft, solid kitty, "a comfort cat" as I call them. Icy blue eyes, fairly dark colored body with very dark brown head, feet, and tail. His back is growing in from having been shaved and looks a little rough but his soft fur elsewhere shows what he really looks like. He is a healthy guy. He could probably lose a pound or two but most of his size is his breed characteristic and entirely healthy for him.
He is all fun. He loves attention and play. He is strong and solid and he can take it. He loves petting best but play and food and flattery are all welcome.He came from a shelter left by his mom who entered an assisted living situation. He settled into his foster home quite easily. Some Ragdolls don't accept change easily but not him . Feed him, love him,ands flatter him and he is happy.
He may be alright with a cat friendly mild cat as long as he gets enough love. He might be fine with a cat friendly dog but we don't know. Probably fine with nice kids. Please don't let toddlers ride on him though he looks large enough. He is a great companion and lots of fun.
He would be best in an active home with humans in it much of the time. This is not a good cat for a couple who are both gone all day. Too boring for him.
He eats wet and dry and is litterbox perfect.
His foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz.