Beefy was homeless and was temporarily taken in by a friend. My friend already had 3 cats ands a large dog and these animals did not accept Beefy. Beefy came to our house and was very scared. Initially he hid from us and our animals. He now gets along well with our cats. He's still scared of our small and friendly dog. He's scared of anyone he doesn't know.
Beefy is affectionate and loves to have his belly scratched. He loves attention once he knows you.
Beefy has trouble using our litter boxes. I think he needs his own private litter box... he's not able to have his own personal litter box at our house because our other cats use all of the litter boxes, including Beefy's box. If adopted by some who has no other cats and time to spend with Beefy, he will be a great pet.
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