Bart is one of two related litters rescued four years ago. With the bad economy, adoptions were very slow that year. These cats are loving. Though born outside, they have been around people from about 4-5 weeks old. Bart was the largest of his siblings, but just average (about 12 pounds).
He is generally laid back ... a watcher ... like most orange males, but he is first to every plate of wet food! He will eat the food side-by-side with any other cat. I dish up abut 20 dishes of Fancy Feast or Trader Joe's Tuna for Cats twice a day, so he's pretty fast! Once he learns his new family will feed him wet food, we doubt you will have any problem making friends!
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