I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
I’m Clyde, outlaw cat. My sister Bonnie and I were born in the wild, trapped at somewhere between 8-10 weeks of age. I live in a foster home now, where I receive daily snuggles and affection to help me overcome my wild ways. At this point, I can be a little shy sometimes, but once you have me with you, I love attention. Want to definitely get my attention? I’ll be your best friend if you ply me with some Temptation brand treats. In my foster home, I live with my sister, of course, and another litter of kittens. We play well together, though I can be a bit more rough and tumble. There’s a dog in my foster home, too, and I must admit to being a bit weary of that pooch. But if you have a dog that is low-energy (and will not chase or pay attention to me), I think we might be able to co-exist. Because of my sometimes rough approach to playtime and my occasional shyness, I’d probably do best in a home without very small children. Their boisterous noises and fast actions may be too much for me to take! Cat-savvy older kids and teens are probably more my style. I’m confident that there’s a home out there for a boy like me who has been fortunate enough to get a chance to be a domestic feline – MUCH better than braving a life on the streets.
For more information about adopting Clyde, call 703-385-0224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org