I adopted Stubbs in the summer of 2023. He was brought into the humane society after somebody had found him injured, on the side of the road. Fortunately, his injuries were not life threatening however, he did loose his front leg. When I brought Stubbs home, he took some time to warm up and become used to his new environment. Now, he is my ball and chain and follows me everywhere. He loves cuddles and being in the presence of his chosen human. He gets along great with my Akita. The two of them get into alot of mischief when unsupervised. Haha I have recently started a new job where I am not able to give Stubbs the proper attention that he craves. He would do great with a family that has somebody home often. Does ok with dogs given the proper introduction. Not a fan of strangers/guests and will hide until he feels they have left. He's been mostly an indoor cat, but when given the opportunity to go outside, he doesn't wander far.
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