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In shelter Cat

Wilmington, DE, 19801
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Brown / Chocolate
Meet Max! Max is an independent guy who enjoys the company of humans. He made a seamless transition from the streets to his foster home, with a regular schedule & proceeding at his pace really key to helping him feel comfortable. He may not ever be a lap cat but isnt a cat that will ignore you either. He is content to just hang out with you. 

Some of Maxs favorite things include:
Treats! Hed never say hes picky about the type but Chicken Churu lickables & Fruitables cranberry are at the top of his list. Have a treat? Hell be your friend for life!
Playing with wand toys - he is patiently waiting for wand play to become an Olympic sport - he doesnt like to brag but hes one of the top amateur wand masters across the globe
Catnip - After a challenging wand session he likes to relax with a bit of the nip
Clicker training - hes a smart guy who picked up training pretty quickly (and of course the treats helped speed things along!)
Max isnt a huge fan of lots of petting and if he does feel up for some pats, he prefers body over head/neck.

If youre looking for a cat that is smart and easy to take care of, Max is your guy...all he asks in return is a couple of wand play sessions each day!

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