In shelter Cat

Sacramento, Sacramento County, Califo...
Domestic Short Hair
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Grayson is a sweetheart with velvet fur. He's been fostered with his 2 brothers and would love to get adopted with his brother Grady. He's eating Royal Canin mother and baby cat dry food, and occasionally gets some canned wet food as a treat. Summary of PersonalityGrayson can be shy at first until he gets comfortable with me people and sounds. He loves to play with his siblings, climbing on the cat tree, and playing with his humans with his Mylar wand toy. If you brung out the bag of Temptation treats, he'll come running. He does get a little possessive of the treats, but hey, they're that good! His purrs are dreamy and he'll climb up on the bed for nighttime snuggles.Experience with Dogs, Cats, or other AnimalsHe's great with his siblings as well as the other fosters, both younger and older. He's curious about the guinea pigs. He hears the dog who's kept separate but not interacted with the dog. Experience with children, or children that visit the homeGrayson and his siblings play with my 11 year old son and friend's kids who visit. He can be a little cautious around them at first. He will need a little time to feel comfortable in a louder or more active environment at first. Is your foster litter box trained?Yes


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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