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Chad

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About

Breed

Domestic Longhair, Maine Coon, Unknown Cat Breed

Age

10 Years

Gender

Male

Size

Medium (20-40 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Cats
  • Children
  • Dogs
  • Older Children (12+)

Spayed/Neutered

Yes

Current on Vaccines

Unknown

Specialized Care

  • None

Location

Sacramento, CA

Biography

Chad is a very sweet, gentle, and affectionate companion. He loves to be held and pet. He is extremely calm although naturally a little skittish at first, he warms up to strangers / guests very quickly when he learns they can give him pettings and attention. You will get bored long before he does! He does well with other cats, even when they were more standoffish and aggressive toward him, his character never ceases to amaze me in that regard. I think small dogs would be fine too, and even big dogs after some time of warming up to each otherv, although it's not something we've experienced with him yet. He is the epitome of chill and loving. I couldn't really think of any negative behaviors frankly, the hardest part of looking after him is knowing that he is lonely in our current situation. We used to live with other people and cats so he always had company, more windows to look out of, more space to walk around. Now it is just the two of us in a smaller more dingy space and I am frequently away for work and school, it kills me inside knowing he is often home alone and bored. He is indoor only, and I don't think he would fare well outside where we live, and honestly I am struggling to care for myself and give him the attention and love he deserves. I love him and I just want him to be somewhere that can offer him a little more enrichment than he is currently experiencing. It's compounded by the fact our living situation might become even more difficult in the future, as uncomfortable as it is to rehome this sweet boy I want him to have a better life than I am able to provide.

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