Adopted - Not Available

Name Sylvester
Type Cat
Breed Maine Coon
Gender Male
Age Adult
Color Black & White / Tuxedo
Size Medium
Status adopted
Attributes  Spayed Neutered    House Trained    Declawed    Special Needs    Shots Current  
Environment  Children    Dogs    Cats  
Introducing Sylvester, the dashing medium-haired Tuxedo cat with a heart full of potential! Sylvester's journey has taken him from an overcrowded home with other pets to a new chapter of love and care.

Beneath Sylvester's charming exterior lies a sweet and gentle soul. However, it's important to note that Sylvester did exhibit some dominating behavior towards another male cat recently. As a result, he may thrive best as the only cat in the household, where he can receive all the attention and love he deserves. He does, however do great with younger kittens at the cattery and most females. Patience and understanding are key as Sylvester navigates his way towards feeling safe and secure in his new environment.

One cannot help but be captivated by Sylvester's round pumpkin face and his captivating, giant eyes that possess an air of melancholy. But rest assured, this endearing quality only adds to his unique charm. In time, as Sylvester grows more comfortable, he will surely reciprocate the love and affection he receives.

At 1.5 years old, Sylvester is in the prime of his life, ready to embark on a new chapter filled with companionship and happiness. A calm and supportive environment will provide the ideal foundation for Sylvester to thrive and grow, as he benefits from being the sole feline resident.

If you're looking for a handsome companion with a tender heart and a desire to be loved, Sylvester is the perfect match. Embrace the opportunity to provide him with the safe and nurturing home he deserves, and witness the transformation as he blossoms into a loving and adoring companion.

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- should be interpreted as 'not applicable' since we do not have direct knowledge either way