Meow! My name is M&M
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Black (All)||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
DSH Black Neutered Male DOB
M & M – our little “Rabbit-Cat” or “Cabbit”, if you like!
Little M is ‘tomfoolery’ personified! A 2 year old Manx whose postures, delights and almost-acrobatics could make us believe that his Mommy was a Cat and his Daddy was a Rabbit! Why?....because he hops. M&M was born with a birth defect which affects his hind legs. Instead of working independently, they work in tandem, similar to a rabbit which causes him to hop, rather than walk.
He goes hoppety-hop, at full throttle skating around the office – the only thing missing is a bobtail!
This sweet boy originally lived in a colony outdoors but Forgotten Felines pulled him as a tiny kitten for fostering and then discovered his unusual condition. In another situation, M&M would have been euthanized, but with his sweet nature we decided to accept his “differences” and bring him into our program. Another side affect of his birth defect is that Little M is incontinent. Although he is aware he needs to get to the litter box (and he often does), there are times when he simply has no control He tends to leave little messages – or ‘Hershey’s Kisses’ as we like to call them and sometimes little puddles too. He is a good boy and we understand it is not his fault or a lack of training which leads to these little indiscretions.
He is such a special boy and he even enjoys an occasional ‘booty bath’ which helps to keep him clean and happy. Afterwards he gets to be wrapped up in a towel and cuddled like a baby! Forgotten Felines would love to find that super-special person/s to take Little M into their heart and home. Someone who is willing and understanding and loving. After all, what’s a little poop between friends?!
M&M is soooo charming and fun – you should see him in full flow on the catnip and playing with the toy mice! He loves a knee too and a belly rub and a cozy bed and to be close to you…….I could go on and on….. and what a talker! He will carry on a full conversation with you. Oh and he is a master fly-catcher too!!
Forgotten Felines would so love to see M&M’s dream come true and for him to take a big hop-skip-jump to the next stage in his adult life. There is rarely a dull moment with Little M, affectionate & adventurous. He is truly our favorite Entertainer!
2 years old
An adorable companion cat!
Loves to love & be loved!
No known medical issues except those stated above
M&M has been waiting for a home since May 2010
If you are interested in meeting Mr. Pepper, please contact the Forgotten Felines office to arrange a meet-and-greet. (707) 576-7999
More information about Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County
Forgotten Felines is a non-profit, registered 501(c)3 organization serving Sonoma County since 1990. Our primary function is to provide low-cost spay/neuter clinics to assist the public with the management of feral or wild cats in Sonoma County. We offer instruction and equipment loans (subject to availability) to help people with the goal of reducing the feral cat population by a Trap-Neuter-Release program. Tame adults we find living in feral cat groups, as well as formerly feral kittens who have been tamed down by our volunteer foster parents, are put through our adoption program. We are always actively seeking volunteers to assist with fostering, trapping, and helping at our thrift store, Pick of the Litter.
Our adoptable cats are available in the Forgotten Felines cat room inside the Rohnert Park Animal Shelter at 301 J. Rogers Lane in Rohnert Park. Our adoption room phone number is (707) 584-4998. Hours are 1:00-6:30pm Wednesday, 1:00-5:30pm Thursday-Saturday, 1:00-4:30 Sunday, closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
Our potential adopters fill out an adoption application and an adoption contract. They also must fill out their personal information for sending off the cat's microchip registration. Our basic adoption fee is $85.00. An adoption counselor carefully guides the adopter through the process, making sure the adopting party is a good match for each kitty. We provide a health record document to the adopter with all health history information including spay/neuter date, combo test results, vaccination history, and any additional medications and treatments received by the cat.