Hello there. Im Biggie, an old senior who used to be a feral cat but am now looking for a home to settle down in. And please, dont let my feral past scare you. Im actually very sweet and enjoy napping on laps.
I love being petted and touched! If you lie down on the floor with me, dont be surprised if I come up to rub on you. I do have some teeth problems and the shelter has been very kind in helping remove the teeth that has caused me pain. If you adopt me, I ask that you help me pay attention to my dental hygiene and health.
Truth be told though, Im just an elderly cat looking for a warm home to nap in. Because of my calm nature, I would prefer a quieter and peaceful home to match. Energetic young children might be too much for me. Im fine with other cats as long as you introduce them to me slowly but Ill most likely just keep to myself. If youre looking for an affectionate and mature cat to join your family, then just look at my eyes. You wont regret it.
If you are my furever home, come visit me at Valley Animal Centers cat adoption center. Theyre open seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
To get a head start on the adoption process, you can also fill out the online pre-adoption application! After you fill it out, a cat care associate will contact you shortly. The form is found here: https://valleyanimal.org/cat-adoption-application/
I hope to see you soon!
Primary Color: Orange Tabby Secondary Color: White Age: 9yrs 4mths 0wks Animal has been Neutered
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