HONEY BEE – A1052274
Urgent 10-12-2015 Staten Island
Staten Island Center
A1052274 – Honey Bee -3 yr neutered male – Stray- BEGINNER HOME!
Neutered;~ 3 years old
Shy but allows all handling
Clear eyes, nose and ears
BAR, NO VDCS, A+ (ATE 1/2 OF WET, HAS NOT TOUCHED DRY)
EASY TO HANDLE, NO AGRESSION
EENT/ABD PALP/AUSC ALL WNL
RECOMMEND MONITOR APP CLOSELY WHILE IN SHELTER, CONCERNED WITH ACUTE WT LOSS
SCHEDULE WEEKLY WEIGH RE-CHECKS
Reaction to assessor: Comes to the front of the cage. (1)
Reaction to being spoken to quietly: Solicits attention. (1)
Reaction to cage door opening: Remains soft and relaxed. (1)
Reaction to touch: Solicits petting and attention, head-butts. (1)
Reaction to being picked up: Tolerant of this type of handling.
Notes: Honey Bee came to the shelter as a stray, so we don’t have any behavioral history or tendencies in a home environment. At the time of the assessment, Honey Bee is displaying friendly behavior. He interacts with the assessor and appreciates handling. Honey Bee is exhibiting behavior suited to beginning cat parents.
Monty and Honey Bee were found as strays but as you can see from their shapely bodies, they were being fed well and not strays for long. They are a BONDED pair and must be placed together. They are affectionate, sweet and amazing kitties!
A volunteer writes: Honey Bee is such an affectionate boy that he will actually reach out his paw to you, and if you are even closer to him, he will tap you on your head! This big boy’s heart is full of love. He enjoys all types of attention – from petting to gentle speaking – and he will graciously purr to show his contentment. Honey Bee will bring joy into the home of the lucky cat parents who make their home his forever home.
CAME IN WITH: (BONDED PAIR) MONTY – A1052271 : http://nyccats.urgentpodr.org/monty-a1052271/
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