Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Location: Chittaway Point
Adoption Fee: $150
Rescue Organisation Number: R251000048
Suitable as an Only Cat: Yes
Child Friendly: Unknown
Cat Friendly: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes
Good with Birds: Unknown
Litter Trained: Yes
Activity Level: Medium
Preferred Human Interaction: Equally happy being at home by himself or with other animals for longish periods or with regular human interaction
Level of Grooming Required: Low
All About Me and My Unique Personality: Charlie is a sweet lovely natured boy who started out very timid, however, over the past 5 and half months he has become much more confident. On his terms he will now sit on your lap or on your lounge next to you and really loves being scratched. He is still wary of loud noises and sudden movements but doesn't run away as much anymore. He loves talking to you especially around meal times or when you are in the kitchen (he loves food).
Charlie has striking markings in his tabby coat.
Here is some recent videos of Charlie:
He has given us so many proud moments with his progress and has turned into one of the loveliest boys around.
My Ideal Home: Charlie’s home will be dedicated to bringing out the best in him. He is looking for a patient and calm person/family who will continue to help him become a family favourite. He would love another cat/dog to share his love and playtime with but would also be great as a companion on his own.
An indoor only home that is more on the quiet side.
What is Known About My Background: Charlie was dumped in the overnight cage at a rural pound. Whilst nothing else is known about him he is a healthy boy who doesn't cause any fuss.
How Do I Interact with Kids, Dogs, Cats and Other Pets: Charlie is perfectly fine with the other kittens and cats. He is slightly larger than most he is currently living with, but has not been dominant with any of them and is now found sharing beds and sitting on the scratching posts with them. Charlie also lives with 2 small dogs and does not have any issues with them.
Charlie may hide when you first meet him. He doesn’t like to be picked up for cuddles but will let you pick him up from behind to move him or guide him somewhere. Scratching his ears whilst doing this keeps him calm.
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