Unlike Argus of Greek Mythology I am not a many eyed giant, though I am inclined to watch and learn from a distance until I know what the scene holds. An incredibly sweet, curious and active boy, my affectionate and playful personality will warm your hearts in time. I love and seek head scratches, and especially appreciate letting me initiate affections at least until we have a good rapport, but with my foster mom, I sit politely with a longing stare from what ever perch I find for a sweet pet and body rub; if you approach while I'm napping I'll likely stand and make biscuits finally settling half way draped across your lap ever so tentatively. I'm learning to trust and love, to have found how nice life with people can be. I am apprehensive in new places and with new people but given a calm space where I can have some say in our introduction I will continue to emerge from my shy shell.
I love my flying feather toy, I will astound you with my agility, temptations treats and laser toys are also favorites. I am a Portland foodie! (Ie: I like to eat)
I spent a month in my own room at my foster moms but have successfully integrated into the shared house with 2 other cats. We all get along, the boy and I play and chase but I have that awkward kid affliction where I just haven't figured out how interactions are supposed to work. I am learning though, with a slow planned introduction, I know I can live with other felines.
I have become much more relaxed since being in foster care but I have nipped and scratch during my earlier insecurities. Because of this, the shelter thinks it's best if children in my new home are 10-years and up. I can live with other cats with very slow, supervised and positive introduction. I'm not sure if I'm up for living with a dog, though. If I sound like your cup of tea, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. I'm currently in a foster home!