Meow! My name is Biggie Smalls
Biggie Smalls's Info...
I am already neutered, housetrained, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and declawed.
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
Biggie Smalls is a large, very well-behaved, 8-year-old, neutered male. He is four-paw declawed and has six toes so his front paws look like mittens. He always uses the litter box and eats Science Diet Hairball Control so he hardly ever has a problem with hairballs.
Biggie enjoys being petted and sleeping at the foot of the bed. He will also sleep in a cat bed if provided. Biggie has been on a diet for the past year but struggles with losing weight. He currently weighs about 18.6 lbs.
He is a very sweet-natured cat and requires minimal maintenance, i.e. decent food, fresh water, a window to see the rest of the world, a clean litter box and someone to love him.
Biggie is also a pacifist and does not start fights. He will, however, defend himself if he is continually harassed by a younger cat ( like Miko, Bad kitty!) wanting to play.
Lastly, his interests and leisure time activities include: looking out the window, playing with tissue paper, chasing shadows (a favorite) playing with toys on a stick, sleeping on a pillow, and eating. He also enjoys spectator sports like watching the laser mouse but chasing it only once in a while; watching his human throw Ping Pong balls and thinking about chasing them.
He does not have any serious health issues. His left eye does water all the time. He was seen by an opthamalogist vet earlier this year who said that Biggie's tear duct is scarred (probably by the cat herpes virus) and that is why his left eye waters, and it always will. Surgery is not recommended. The vet also said Biggie tested negative for any active herpes virus.
Pleases consider adopting Biggie. He really deserves to have a good home.
Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.
Phone Number: 866-Meezers (866-633-9377) http://www-mi-siamese-rescue.com
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