Raja is lovely affectionate big guy. He was very overweight when he came to us in September at 25 lbs but iin January 2012 is now at 18lbs after switching him from a dry food and Fancy Feast diet to no dry food and healthy canned food. He most favorite thing in the world is watching birds at the bird feeder while he is sitting at the window or following me around to keep me company. He is very curious amd smart and a quiet steadfast companion. He likes to be fed on time, and is very vocal if you are late!! He is especially good with eldery and ill people. He would be best as the only cat in the household. Please consider adopting Raja into your home. He is neutered and up to date on all his vaccines.
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