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Oogie Boogie   

In shelter Cat

Dayton, OH, 45403
Pet name:
Oogie Boogie
Domestic Short Hair
"I am the one hiding under your bed!" No, really, Oogie Boogie probably will be hiding under your bed or couch. Not because he is a scary monster, but because he is shy and still gaining confidence! He is currently in a foster home, but is doing very well there! Loud noises and fast movements scare him. We dont know anything about his history, but he probably learned to be fearful and run in order to survive. Oogie Boogie is INCREDIBLY friendly though! He loves to be pet and roll around and stand on you and gently reach out with his paw to let you know, "Hey, pet me!" Hell sleep on your legs or back at night and, when he starts to feel comfortable, he might take an aggressive bath on you, too. He is submissive, and does not mind other cats. In fact, so far he does not seem interested in them at all. He likes to explore and play, but he might not have had much interaction with toys in his life so sometimes he might be afraid of them. Playing slowly and gently with him will help him learn that toys are fun! He really wants someone to love and to be loved, he just needs someone to be a little patient with him.


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