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, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Say "cheese" and smile. Dearest "Michael Cheese" - so named, perhaps, because of his creamy cheddar-coloured coat? - is a lean purring machine. As a human-loving stray, he was taken in, and I now have the pleasure of fostering him. He is, simply, a Good Cat. Consider: after he had some lotion on his coat - long story, but it was my fault - he was given a bath. As a former vet assistant, I expected the worst, but he accepted it without fuss or muss. He's friendly - new people are greeted with a tail raised high. And if they're sitting, people might want to prepare their laps for him. And so Mr Cheese spends his days: he plays, he lounges, he cuddles, and he observes. He's a cat attuned to human company. At around two years, he's a lovely age - lively but not mischievous. He has impeccable litter box habits and is great on our weekends away (and yes, yes: someone does pop in to check on him). As someone who works with dogs, I always have a few about, and he's amenable to them: he neither overreacts or is stonewalled scared. Michael Cheese is a Good Cat, yes, but not perfect, of course: he isn't suited for living with other cats. Moreover, he hasn't been tested with children. Under my gaze - in my eyes - Mr. Michael C has proven himself worthy of a Good Home: isn't that what all Good Cats deserve?
Again, if you are interested in viewing or adopting this kitty, please go to www.orphankittenrescue.com