Meet Remington, 12 years old Domestic Medium Hair
"If he feels he is being ignored and you are playing a board game, he might stroll oh-so-innocently across it." ~ Remington's former foster momWell, they did make the cat the newest Monopoly token (finally, the stupid iron is history!) So this is Remington's favorite board game!Remington hopes for fun and games soon. Lately, life hasn't been too swell. He lived his whole twelve years with the same person but was surrendered once his owner's Alzheimer's worsened. When we examined him, we discovered several missing teeth and other dental problems; thanks to the donations made to our Survivor Program he was able to get the dental surgery he needed. (He is not intentionally sticking his tongue out in his picture - he just doesn't have enough teeth to hold it in.)Remington was with a foster family as he recovered from his surgery and they thought he was sweet. He hid the 1st couple of days but in less than a week he would come running up when they walked through the front door. He was patient as his foster mom brushed out the surgery residue around his neck. And he always used the litterbox, although he does "aim high", so a high-sided or covered box would work best.He likes to play and gets along well with older kids and with other cats. For the 1st few days in his foster home, Remington would nip just a little if playtime ended before he was ready to quit. This eventually stopped but those with little children should just be aware. Remington has been neutered and is ready to GO directly home! So please come visit this lover-boy soon - he'll win your heart. Remington qualifies for the PAWS program. That means his adoption charge is at a reduced rate if you're 55 or older.
March 4 on Petango