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Bandit - Foster   

In shelter Cat

Grand Rapids, MI, 49534
Pet name:
Bandit - Foster
Domestic Short Hair
Brown / Chocolate
Meet Bandit! This party animal has already won over his foster family, who would love to tell you all about him! Bandits foster mom says, "Bandit only wants to steal your heart...and maybe some catnip. He cant get enough of the stuff! This energetic and outgoing boy treats life like one big party. Hes always excited to meet new people and play new games. Although he can have fun with all kinds of toys, he lights up the brightest for a feather wand, which he hunts and kills like its actual prey.
When Bandit isnt playing, hes typically napping in front of a window or soliciting affection with emphatic meows and powerful headbutts. Sometimes hell throw himself onto you for short cuddle sessions. When it comes to petting preferences, Bandit loves when you scratch his head or rub his nose gently.
Bandit enjoys kids, but its best if they can recognize when hes hes had enough petting. We also think hed enjoy someone who can spend a lot of time with him so he doesnt get bored. Hell definitely provide you with lots of entertainment in return!"
This sweet boy has LOTS of love to give, and we know whatever family adopts him will be very happy that they did!


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