Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Colors:
Black
Lost or found date:
07/10/2021
Pet name:
Loki
Gender:
Male
Size:
Large
Age:
Young
Description:
Loki is a big shiny handsome black panther who is too cool for school! Loki is awesome!! He is smart, entertaining, mischievous, fun, playful and loving! One of his foster mom's favorite thing about him is is run by hugs! He will pass you while playing, see you and decide to come back and hug your leg for just a minute, then back to play he goes! Loki drinks his water by dipping one paw into the water dish and licking it off! He tries to drink like the other kitties from time to time but usually ends up getting his face in the water. Foster mom has bought a pet fountain which Loki loves!  Loki likes the company of other cats that won't bully him. His foster home has a couple resident cats that try to bully him. Loki is good at avoiding the bullies, but it would be great if he didn't have to worry about a bully. Harriet, a foster young lady house lioness (beautiful ginger tabby) totally adores Loki! She has a crush on Loki!  Harriet is the opposite of Loki. Harriet is shy until she feels safe and is more of a lap cat wanting to stay close to her favorite human if possible!  Loki is a social kitty and has that attitude , "love the one you're  with"!  He likes to meet new people. Sweet Harriet prefers to get to know people on her terms. Together they are quite the package!  Discount on adopting two from AVAP together! However they do not need to be adopted together! Both make friends with other kitties that don't bully them. please note that even though Loki is listed as a bonded pair, he does not have to be adopted with Harriet. He can be adopted alone!

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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