Bean was the last of the cats that were found abandoned at the trailer park (they were all named after "beans".) Bean was picked up by someone who intended to rescue him, but ended surrendering him to a sanctuary, but that sanctuary lost its funding and Bean lost his home.
It was thought that he was unadoptable because of some insecurities and shyness. But after only a few days in his new foster home he became good friends with the other foster cats (Bean LOVES cats) and became more confident. He would come out when his foster mom was around but kept his distance.
Within a month he became a more confident kitty who loves to hang out with the other cats and even his foster mom. Bean is very sweet, very comical and loves affection.
More about Bean:
Bean is a bit of an oddball, he swirls his tail in a circular movement like a helicopter about to take off. Although he loves to be around people he wont come on the bed if you are laying down, only if you are sitting up. He will stay for a minute or two only. Bean must be adopted to a home that either has other cat friendly cats or with one of his good friends. Bean is food motivated and will grab his canned food and run with it. Bean is funny (his nickname is "Goofy Bean"), comical and great to have around, once given the time and love to get there.
You can fill out an application for Bean at the Pembroke Pines Petsmart or go to www.adoptastray.ws/applications/ to fill out an application online or print and fax one to (954) 965-0406.
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