My name is Zachary and I’ll be 3 years old this fall. I’m called Mr. Personality because I talk a lot when I greet my Mom and Aunt. They talk back, I flop and stretch, they scratch and pet – you get the idea. I also have some cool fur mice that I throw for myself and then chase. I’m healthy (14 pounds but not fat), have my shots, am neutered, have a chip, and have always lived indoors. Mom has been teaching me to walk outside on a leash. (I love it!) The only reason I am willing to leave my home is that my littermate brother and I have gone in different directions and don’t get along any more. I realize how much this is stressing Mom. I get along fine with the 15 year old sister who was here before us. I like the only dog I know, but he is very small and is afraid of us boys. Mom has more she wants to say:
Zachary is my heart throb. He is outgoing, and I feel he is more capable of adjusting to a new home than his brother. I live a quiet life, so Zachary hasn’t been around a lot of people. He will probably want to hide out for a while getting used to new digs, but his adventurous side will bring him around. I think he would do best as an only cat so he can be the center of attention, which he considers his due. He is curious about the one young niece who has visited, though hasn’t had other exposure to children.
Zachary comes with a guarantee. If for any reason he is not the cat for you, I will welcome him back until such time as the right fit has been found. You may call me at 503-669-5102, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.