So just a little bit about my history: One day, while I was hungry (and lonely, and okay, fine I'll admit it, scared) I was scavenging for something to eat, in a northern Virginia suburb, when this lady was nice enough to give me some food... I was a bit wary at first, but then I went back again another night, and lo and behold she fed me again! And again! This went on for awhile, until one day a really bad storm was raging (and on a side note, what is up with y'all's weather here?! One day, it's great, the next crazy! I mean, sheesh! Make up your mind, already!) ...And there was wind and lighting and thunder (oh my!) and that same lady lured me indoors out of the cold and dark, and now... she's my foster mommy!
Okay, so I'll be honest, I'm still a little afraid of super loud noises, but getting fed regularly, not to mention being loved and petted whenever I want, is making a big difference, but I could really use a forever home!
Once I get comfortable, I'm quiet and easy going, not much bugs me! I've got a healthy appetite (obviously) and I'm great with other cats! Well, okay I pretty much ignore them....but I'm a lover not a fighter! (meaning I'll love you, and not fight with any of your cats!) I haven't really been around dogs, so I don't know how I'd do with them though. Oh but I'm good with the litter box too! I've got all my shots, got myself neutered, and I got myself tested for FIV and feline leukemia ( it totally came back negative)!
Seriously, just find a comfy spot, on the floor, on the couch, or even in bed, and curl up with a book, or in front of the TV, wherever, and I'll get comfy next to you (most likely using you as my pillow, or even as my entire bed) doesn’t that sound great? (Like my meow...because I’m a cat, get it? The cat's meow? Hehehe. See I've got a sense of humor too!) Don't you just want to take me home and keep me? Look at my face! How can to say no to that? ...Okay I may have a slight ego, but if you looked like me, would you have one too?!
Random was born in July 2012. He has been neutered, micro-chipped, tested negative for FIV and feline leukemia, and is up to date on all his shots.
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